Global Public Investment and Africa: A better approach to financing the SDGs
The world’s system of financing public goods and common challenges isn’t working for the African continent. A new discussion paper explains why and how Global Public Investment is important for Africa, and what questions remain to be resolved.
Data disharmony: How can donors better act on their commitments?
This briefing highlights key challenges emerging from our work analysing national data ecosystems, and aims to promote discussion between relevant stakeholders on how best to overcome these.
Inequality: Global trends
This factsheet presents trends and statistics that draw on a number of different datasets and use a variety of measures to understand the levels and trends of inequality.
Inequality, measuring it and why it matters for poverty reduction
This briefing explores the relationship between poverty and inequality, and shows that measuring, understanding and reducing inequality should be central to efforts tackle poverty, discrimination and exclusion.
Social protection for disability inclusion in Kenya and Uganda
A series of publications that form part of Development Initiatives’ work as part of the Inclusive Futures Consortium on data to support disability inclusion in Kenya and Uganda.
Uganda’s loans from international financial institutions (IFIs), 2018–2021
Analysis of loans to Uganda from key IFIs (the African Development Bank, the IMF and the World Bank) considering lending terms, sector focus and debt sustainability.
Poverty trends: global, regional and national
Poverty is complex and it can be described and measured in a variety of ways. In this factsheet we unpack some of the key terminology alongside the latest trends in poverty at the global, regional and national levels.
Animated summary: Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021
This animated summary unpacks the key statistics and analysis from the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021.
What are the ongoing impacts of the pandemic on development finance?
We provide data and projections for Covid-19's continuing impacts on both domestic and international financing flows to countries with high levels of poverty