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Analysis of aid flows to Kenya before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Kenya before and during Covid-19.
Analysis of aid flows to Uganda before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Uganda before and during Covid-19.
Reversing the trends that leave LDCs behind: How ODA can be targeted to the needs of people living in greatest poverty post-pandemic
This report looks at how trends leaving least developed countries behind can be reversed, and examines how official development assistance can be targeted to meet the needs of the poorest people.
What are the ongoing impacts of the pandemic on development finance?
We provide data and projections for Covid-19's continuing impacts on both domestic and international financing flows to countries with high levels of poverty
Uganda’s loans from international financial institutions (IFIs), 2018–2021
Analysis of loans to Uganda from key IFIs (the African Development Bank, the IMF and the World Bank) considering lending terms, sector focus and debt sustainability.
UK aid: Trends in the quality and quantity of UK ODA
This briefing looks at trends in UK ODA using the OECD DAC’s full data for 2020, preliminary 2021 data and near real-time aid data published to the International Aid Transparency Initiative.
Delivering the UK's International Development Strategy: Key considerations for UK aid
DI responds to the UK’s new International Development Strategy setting out key trends in current UK aid and shifts needed if the government is to effectively deliver on the priorities of humanitarian crisis, women and girls, and inclusive growth.
ODA 2020–2021: Key trends before and during emerging crises
DI provides a baseline assessment of existing ODA trends that are being influenced by evolving global challenges including Covid-19 and conflict in Ukraine
FCDO’s aid spending for nutrition: 2020
Building on previous assessments, this report presents detailed information on the United Kingdom (UK) Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)’s aid spending to improve nutrition, including assessing progress against its historic commitments.