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Funding to local actors: evidence from the Syrian refugee response in Türkiye
Türkiye hosts almost 4 million Syrian refugees. In this report, DI and TMK seek to fill the gap in data on funding flows to the local and national actors critical to the response.
Tracking cash and voucher assistance
In this report DI provides a comprehensive and unique assessment of the state of tracking cash and voucher assistance (CVA) used during humanitarian crises.
Global humanitarian assistance: funding and need
Four interactive charts let you explore in-depth global levels of need, the largest donors of international humanitarian assistance and how they deliver assistance to recipients.
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2022
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2022 provides a critical overview of the crisis financing landscape. Development Initiatives finds that total funding has plateaued despite historically high demand.
Funding for gender-relevant humanitarian response
DI examines the impact of Covid-19 on international funding for gender-related humanitarian programming, finding that global efforts to support gender equality and support women and girls in humanitarian crises are falling short.
Private funding for international humanitarian assistance
Who provides private funding for humanitarian assistance, what are the key trends in type and volume and how could greater transparency support crisis response?
Improving the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data
DI explores how the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data can be improved. Read about the pilot project to combine Somalian IATI and 3W data.
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021 provides detailed analysis of the crisis financing landscape. Development Initiatives found that humanitarian funding failed to grow despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Promoting longer term approaches in protracted crises: Perspectives from across the nexus
In this webinar DI, NRC and FAO bring together a panel of experts from across the nexus to share their perspectives on how development and humanitarian actors can collaborate to meet the needs of people living in protracted crisis contexts.