DI’s response to the UK Government’s 2019 Spending Round
DI responds to the UK government 2019 Spending Round: the 0.7% GNI target, reaching the furthest behind first, and transparency standards.
Development finance expert Gail Hurley joins DI as a Fellow
Gail Hurley, former Policy Specialist on Development Finance at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has joined DI’s Fellows Programme.
DI appoints Diane Kingston OBE to board of directors
DI is pleased to announce that Diane Kingston OBE has been appointed to the organisation’s board of non-executive directors.
Development Initiatives’ response to the UK’s Voluntary National Review
Development Initiatives has responded to the UK's Voluntary National Review of its progress against the Sustainable Development Goals.
DI's response to new aid spending figures
Development Initiatives responds to new aid spending figures released by the OECD in April 2019, which show that official development assistance has dropped, especially to countries with the highest levels of need.
DI supports Nepal’s first Women in Data conference
Development Initiatives and The Asia Foundation are co-organising Nepal’s inaugural Women in Data conference on 23 February 2019.
Launch: Investments to End Poverty 2018
DI's report 'Investments to End Poverty 2018' finds that despite poverty rates halving under the MDGs, millions of people are not sharing progress.
DI signs the Global Disability Summit’s Charter for Change
DI has signed the Charter for Change, calling for the collection and use of better data to characterise the challenges faced by people with disabilities.
What do the 2018/2019 national budget estimates mean for Kenya's poorest households?
Development Initiatives has published a new report: Pro-poor analysis of Kenya’s 2018/19 budget estimates: what do the numbers tell us?