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LNOB assessment in Nepal: Data landscaping in Simta municipality
This report, co-produced with BASE, draws on DI's data landscaping work in Simta, Nepal. It explains how to improve the data ecosystem to leave no one behind.
Indirect costs for local and national partners: UN agencies and INGOs policy and practice mapping
These tables summarise the current policies and practices of several UN agencies, international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) and Red Cross Red Crescent organisations around the provision of overheads or indirect costs for local and national partners.
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2023
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2023 assesses the international financing response to crisis. Development Initiatives finds that more needs went unmet in 2022 than ever before.
Global humanitarian assistance: crisis, funding and need
Four interactive charts let you explore global levels of crisis, vulnerability and need, the largest donors of international humanitarian assistance and how humanitarian financing is delivered.
FCDO’s aid spending for nutrition: 2021
The latest data on the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)’s aid spending to improve nutrition, with breakdowns by country recipient and sector.
Tracking aid and other international development finance in near real time
This interactive data tool uses near real-time data from IATI, letting you track commitments and disbursements of aid and other global development finance.
UK aid trends in a challenging global context
Government aid cuts and converging global crises have had a substantial impact on the UK's ability to deliver on its development goals. In this briefing, we contextualise and analyse trends in UK ODA over the past decade.
Time for Global Public Investment: Leaders and experts rethink sustainable development finance
This report, produced by the Global Public Investment Network with support from DI, brings together eminent economists, government agencies and leaders in climate and health envision Global Public Investment’s potential. How might it unlock more and better funding to achieve our common goals?
International finance flows 2000–2021
While ODA is an important source of funding for many low- and middle-income countries, it is often one of several significant flows. This factsheet looks at trends in finance flows to ODA-eligible countries from 2000 onwards, focusing particularly on the international financing landscape in 2021.