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11 July 2018

Countries being left behind

This report considers a range of models for evaluating poverty and fragility, using them to identify the countries being left behind.

19 June 2018

Global humanitarian assistance report 2018

19 June 2018

Direct funding to local and national responders shows slow progress

Development Initiatives’ Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2018 provides an indication of trends in direct funding to local and national responders.

13 June 2018

Progress report 1: Supporting Grand Bargain signatories in meeting commitments to greater transparency

Progress by Grand Bargain organisations in publishing open data on their humanitarian financing and providing useful and usable data on their activities.

Background paper
20 July 2017

Improving humanitarian transparency with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) and the UN OCHA Financial Tracking Service (FTS)

This background paper introduces humanitarian actors to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Standard and how it works with the OCHA's FTS.

21 June 2017

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2017

12 June 2017

Baseline report: Implementing and monitoring the Grand Bargain commitment on transparency

This report proposes a baseline methodology and framework to help signatories to meet their Grand Bargain transparency commitments and measure progress.

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
2 November 2016

Equipping vulnerable Syrians for winter

On 2 November 2016 we responded to a funding alert in response to the need for winterisation in Syria. Approximately 225,000 people have been identified by