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Donors at the triple nexus: lessons from the United Kingdom
To address the impact of crisis on poverty, risk and vulnerability and ensure that ‘no one is left behind’, building synergies between short-term humanitarian assistance and longer-term development and peacebuilding approaches is vital.
How blended finance reaches the poorest people
Our paper examines the impact blended finance can have on the poorest people, and asks how their progress can remain central to decision-making.
Financing trends in crisis-affected contexts: Launch of the 2019 Global Humanitarian Assistance report
In this webinar we present the findings of the 2019 Global Humanitarian Assistance report and what they mean for finance in protracted crisis contexts.
Failing to reach the poorest: Subnational financing inequalities and health and education outcomes
This report from DI and ODI looks at how effectively subnational financing targets regions with the worst health and education outcomes.
Harmonising registration and identification in emergencies in Somalia
In this report we look at cash transfer programmes in Somalia and how data systems could be harmonised to better support them.
DFID’s aid spending for nutrition: 2017
Development Initiatives details aid investments to improve nutrition by the UK’s Department for International Development.
What do emerging trends in development finance mean for crisis actors?
DI's webinar ‘What do emerging trends in development finance mean for crisis actors?’ gives crisis actors key information on development finance to better understand what it means for them.
Underfunded appeals: Understanding the consequences, improving the system
Examining the consequences of underfunding and how appeals requirements are out-pacing funding despite major increases in humanitarian assistance.
Investments to end poverty 2018
The report explores how development finance is responding to the demands set by the Sustainable Development Goals and what changes and action are needed to ensure their aspirations become reality for all.