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14 November 2017

Spotlight on the data revolution: Kenya Equity Week and Uganda High Level National Data Forum

DI is contributing to the African data revolution by co-organising events in Uganda and Kenya to encourage and support data use for national development.

4 November 2017

Global Nutrition Report highlights need for critical change in response to malnutrition

The Global Nutrition Report 2017 highlights the need for an urgent and integrated response to global nutrition if we are to meet the SDGs

21 June 2017

Private donors increase humanitarian funding for fourth consecutive year but pace of growth slows

New analysis published today by Development Initiatives (DI) shows that although 2016 saw a fourth successive increase in private donations of international humanitarian assistance, the rate of growth slowed significantly.

21 June 2017

New analysis reveals significant slowdown in growth of international humanitarian assistance despite high need

New analysis by Development Initiatives shows that while total international humanitarian assistance increased again in 2016, the pace of growth has slowed.

6 June 2017

A new home for Development Initiatives’ work on humanitarian financing

Our humanitarian financing work provides independent analysis for evidence-based decision-making and improved accountability in humanitarian contexts.

5 May 2017

Latest data now available on DI’s Development Data Hub

The Development Data Hub is an open platform for sharing development and humanitarian data. The hub offers both broad and detailed humanitarian data.

7 April 2017

Development Initiatives announced as new host for the 2017 Global Nutrition Report

Development Initiatives (DI) will run the Global Nutrition Report for the next three years. DI was chosen by the Global Nutrition Report Stakeholder Group.

28 March 2017

Data to leave no one behind: Development Initiatives launches inaugural P20 Initiative baseline report

DI's P20 Initiative seeks to track the progress of the poorest 20% of people globally through income, nutrition and civil registration indicators.

15 January 2017

New year, new DI: our new brand

As we begin a new year, we are launching our new brand. We have a new logo and we’ve changed our look to better reflect how we work and the values we hold.