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Background paper
3 April 2017

Insights into Nepal’s emerging data revolution

This post presents DI's new background paper on Nepal’s emerging data revolution, detailing its context, development, current state and near future.

28 March 2017

P20 Initiative: Baseline report

This report focuses on the global P20, the poorest 20% of people in the world, in light of the ambitious 2030 Agenda and the 17 SDGs.

24 March 2017

Citizen-generated data and sustainable development: Evidence from case studies in Kenya and Uganda

In 2016, Making All Voices Count commissioned DI and DRT to conduct a one-year study on citizen-generated data in Kenya and Uganda.

Discussion paper
23 March 2017

Implementing and monitoring the Grand Bargain commitment on transparency

Grand Bargain signatories made commitments to be more transparent by adhering to IATI and using a common digital platform. This post assesses progress.

7 March 2017

Reaching the potential of IATI data

This report seeks to bring together the available evidence on existing use cases for IATI data, analyzing which barriers should be tackled to grow IATI use.

16 February 2017

An introduction to IATI for humanitarian actors

This background paper introduces humanitarian actors to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Standard, focusing on how and why IATI is used.

Discussion paper
15 February 2017

Approaches to measuring and monitoring South-South cooperation

This paper documents the ways in which South–South cooperation providers are responding to growing demands for more transparency.

13 February 2017

Counting cash: Tracking humanitarian expenditure on cash-based programming

This report, commissioned by the Overseas Development Institute, includes data on the volume and nature of humanitarian cash-based programming in 2015.

Discussion paper
25 January 2017

Long-term investments in a short-term world: Arguments for sustainable data

This discussion paper makes the case for the acceptance of key issues that are paramount in the struggle for sustainable development data