Data landscaping: Strengthening national data ecosystems
Our data landscaping methodology is based on a systematic assessment of existing data and the coordination, infrastructure, governance and use of that data.
Data disharmony: How can donors better act on their commitments?
This briefing highlights key challenges emerging from our work analysing national data ecosystems, and aims to promote discussion between relevant stakeholders on how best to overcome these.
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.
Tracking the progress of the poorest people
Read more about our work to provide analysis-ready data and decision-ready analysis to reduce poverty and inequality and increase resilience to ensure no one is left behind.