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The data side of leaving no one behind
In this paper we look at lessons learned from data landscaping at the national level, and examine how it can be used to inform decisions about poverty eradication and ensure no one is left behind.
Targeting Covid-19 relief in Uganda: The role of data, statistics and evidence
In this webinar a range of speakers discuss the role of data in targeting social safety nets in Uganda, an issue that is coming strongly to the fore with the impacts of Covid-19 on Uganda's poorest communities.
How can data better support disability advocacy in East Africa?
In this podcast DI's Claudia Wells is joined by guests from DI, Sightsavers and the United Disabled Persons of Kenya to discuss how better data can empower disability advocates in East Africa.
Data to leave no one behind in the context of Covid-19: Practical steps from Benin and beyond
In this 2020 Virtual UN World Data Forum session a panel of experts shared new and innovative ways to produce and use data to respond to Covid-19 and reduce its impact on the poorest and most vulnerable people.
How is Covid impacting people living in poverty worldwide?
Use interactive charts and analysis of key trends to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting people living in poverty at the global, regional and national levels, as well as inequality within countries. What makes certain groups vulnerable to its impacts?
How can innovative partnerships make data stronger and more inclusive?
In this podcast DI's Claudia Wells and Bernard Sabiti are joined by GeoCensos founder Javier Carranza Tresoldi to discuss how innovative partnerships can lead to better data.
Poverty in Uganda: National and regional data and trends
This factsheet explores national and regional poverty data and trends in Uganda, and compares these to socioeconomic indicators in education, health and WASH.
Uganda's disability data landscape and the economic inclusion of persons with disabilities
This report looks at the landscape of data on disability in Uganda – summarising what data on persons with disabilities is available, who produces and uses it, and how – as well as what this means for the economic inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Generating disability statistics: Models of disability measurement, history of disability statistics and the Washington Group Questions
This background paper examines how data collection on disability has evolved over the last 200 years, as well as the challenges involved in generating disability statistics, and takes a detailed look at the Washington Group Questions.