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Leaving no one behind: A green bargain for people and planet
This briefing paper, produced by Oxfam with support from Development Initiatives, considers enhancing collaboration between the humanitarian and climate sectors to ensure no one is left behind
Climate vulnerability, climate finance (ODA) and protracted crisis
Use our interactive chart to reveal vulnerability to the impacts of climate change, volumes of climate finance (ODA) by country, and how specific risk and geographic groups fare.
An uncertain road: Examining the World Bank’s climate change poverty projections
DI explores World Bank climate change poverty forecasts, discusses the uncertainty around climate change’s potential impact on extreme poverty and highlights the need for timely, high-quality data.
Development Initiatives' Annual Report 2022
Our 2022 annual report summarises the action we have taken in the last year to deliver our mission and vision, and the impact we are having.
The failure to fund refugee-led organisations
This report, produced by ODI’s Humanitarian Policy Group, in collaboration with Development Initiatives, asks why the current system is not working, and what potential there is for change.
Three years of UK aid cuts: where has ODA been hit hardest?
Following a consistent decline in UK ODA over the past three years, this factsheet reviews the changes in sectoral and country allocations with a particular focus on the rise in in-donor refugee costs.
How the DAC rules are changing and why you should care
Disability data in Kenya 2022: A comprehensive inventory
This briefing supports Kenya's Inclusive Data Charter Action Plan 2021−2025. It identifies disability data sources, assesses the disability data ecosystem and makes recommendations for improving it.
Food poverty: Key findings and trends 2000−2023
This factsheet provides an update on food poverty since our 2020 publication. It explains food poverty, how it is measured and analyses key findings between 2000 and 2023 at global, regional and national levels.