This paper is the first in a series of discussion documents that aims to shine a light on the dilemmas and challenges facing standards setters and to suggest approaches and methodologies that can improve the comparability and interoperability of data.
The Sustainable Development Goals: joining-up new standards in a disconnected world
While more & more data is becoming available, much of it cannot be turned into useful information because it's published in different formats or to incompatible standards.
Data has immense potential to help drive poverty eradication and sustainable development. While more and more data is becoming available, much of it cannot be turned into useful information because it is being published in different formats or to incompatible standards. Through the Joined-up Data Standards (JUDS) project, Publish What You Fund and Development Initiatives, with support from the Omidyar Network, are working to identify priority areas and technical approaches to join up data standards.
Uganda disaster risk reduction budget tracking: what are the key areas of investment?
This report assesses investment in Uganda disaster risk reduction programmes, presenting a risk-sensitive review of budgets from 2016/17 to 2018/19.
Kenya’s 2019/20 budget and the big four agenda: a pro poor analysis
We present a detailed analysis of the Kenya budget for the 2019/20 financial year and how it might impact the poorest people.
Is the 2019/20 Uganda budget pro‑poor?
This paper analyses the Uganda budget for the 2019/20 financial year, focusing on allocations to health, education, agriculture and social protection.