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Latest blog posts
Peace in the triple nexus: what challenges do donors face?
How does 'peace' fit in the humanitarian nexus? Sarah Dalrymple and Angus Urquhart identify and clarify four key questions
How well is aid targeting disability?
Climate finance is yet to deliver for the most vulnerable people
Accelerating CRVS and legal identity in Africa: From problems and principles to practice
Following a key conference in Zambia, DI's Bill Anderson and Bernard Sabiti reflect on how CRVS systems in Africa can go from problems to practice.
Can the world deliver on growth that leaves no one behind?
Amy Dodd argues that we need a common definition and metrics for measuring inclusive growth to ensure that we meet our commitment to leave no one behind
The impact of blended finance: what we don’t know and how to fix it
Cecilia Caio argues that we need to address the evidence gap to ensure the impact of blended finance is shared by the poorest people.
Disability data in developing countries: opportunities to support inclusion
DI is working as part of the Inclusion Works consortium to improve the quality and use of disability data in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda.
Resilience and vulnerability in the Somalia crisis: three key findings
Since 2011, Somalia has faced recurrent crises that have been complex and protracted, combining conflict and natural disasters and exacerbated by climate change.
Meeting the challenge of financing for sustainable development
New DI fellow Gail Hurley's overview of what needs to be achieved to finance and deliver sustainable development and to leave no one behind.