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Discussion paper
12 March 2015

Syria update

Funding for the Syrian crisis was seven times higher in 2014 than in 2012, donors having committed or contributed US$10 billion of humanitarian assistance

Report
11 March 2015

Think Piece: Humanitarian Financing

There has never been enough humanitarian funding. Needs have always gone unmet, and the international community has long sought ways to fix this problem. Y
Briefing
6 March 2015

Brazil as an international actor

This briefing maps the landscape of the development cooperation debate in Brazil. Synopsis Brazilian development cooperation has gained prominence in recen
Discussion paper
5 March 2015

Ukraine crisis update

Violence broke out in Ukraine in February 2014 and, despite two ceasefires agreed in September 2014 and February 2015, the conflict continues. As of March
Discussion paper
25 February 2015

Some thoughts on the data revolution in Uganda

The development ‘Data Revolution’ is an idea that many countries and international institutions are beginning to use to drive sustainable resources and act

Discussion paper
16 February 2015

Nigeria: Boko Haram Insurgency

Donors have committed or contributed US$50.1 million in response to the humanitarian needs in Nigeria and surrounding countries in relation to the Boko Har
Discussion paper
10 February 2015

Using information about local development projects to empower citizens in Nepal

Sarala works to build the capacity of citizens to monitor development projects in their local area to ensure that the projects meet the needs of the commun

Discussion paper
9 February 2015

Opening public data to improve government transparency in Nepal

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries Embracing their role as a data intermediary, the gr

Discussion paper
6 February 2015

South Sudan

According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)’s Financial Tracking Service (FTS), donors have committed/contributed US$1.8