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Coronavirus and aid data: What the latest DAC data tells us
How might the coronavirus pandemic impact aid spending? DI presents analysis of preliminary ODA (aid) data for 2019. Our briefing shows how much was given and in what form.
Why do coronavirus-related poverty projections vary so widely?
This podcast explores why the differences in coronavirus poverty projections exist, focusing on three models that are making headlines at the moment.
Implications of coronavirus on financing for sustainable development
DI Executive Director Harpinder Collacott summarises the possible impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on global development - including projections for extreme poverty, the future of different forms of financing, and the countries likely to be most impacted.
Coronavirus in Uganda: Current and future impacts
This podcast explores the Ugandan government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, the impact on citizens and the future prospects for the country.
The challenges of data on the financing response to Covid-19
This paper, examining the challenges of using financing data sources, launches our series on matching resources to needs in the global Covid-19 response.
What impact will Covid-19 have on development finance?
This podcast expands on our latest projections of the impact Covid-19 will have on development finance, including all forms of finance from direct investment and domestic revenue to tourism receipts and remittances.
Covid-19 and financing projections for developing countries
This briefing unpacks projections on the likely impact of Covid-19 on financing for developing countries. How can this inform the response to ensure no one is left behind?
Socioeconomic impacts of Covid-19 in Kenya
How has coronavirus impacted housing, transport, food security and the labour force in Kenya? This paper looks at government measures initiated in these areas.
Kenya’s Covid-19 budget: Funding for health and welfare
How the new budget will support Kenya's health and welfare systems as they deal with the impact of Covid-19 (coronavirus) and scale up universal health coverage