How can development actors meet longer term needs in crises?
This briefing sets out our research on the humanitarian–development–peace nexus, and how actors can meet livelihood, recovery and development needs of vulnerable people in crises like Covid-19.
How is aid changing in the Covid-19 pandemic?
This briefing sets out near real-time data on aid for the first half of 2020. It shows how commitments are changing in the Covid-19 pandemic and where these are most likely to affect the poorest people and places.
Adapting aid to end poverty: Delivering the commitment to leave no one behind in the context of Covid-19
This report calls for us to refocus ODA (aid) in the context of Covid-19, shifting the ‘leave no one behind’ agenda from inclusive growth to inclusive recovery. It analyses changes to poverty and how the pandemic has impacted finance vital to the poorest people.
Financing humanitarian needs amid the Covid-19 pandemic
Find out how needs are being responded to in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic with updated analysis on humanitarian assistance.
Data to leave no one behind in the context of Covid-19: Practical steps from Benin and beyond
In this 2020 Virtual UN World Data Forum session a panel of experts shared new and innovative ways to produce and use data to respond to Covid-19 and reduce its impact on the poorest and most vulnerable people.
How is Covid impacting people living in poverty worldwide?
Use interactive charts and analysis of key trends to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting people living in poverty at the global, regional and national levels, as well as inequality within countries. What makes certain groups vulnerable to its impacts?
How can innovative partnerships make data stronger and more inclusive?
In this podcast DI's Claudia Wells and Bernard Sabiti are joined by GeoCensos founder Javier Carranza Tresoldi to discuss how innovative partnerships can lead to better data.
Poverty in Uganda: National and regional data and trends
This factsheet explores national and regional poverty data and trends in Uganda, and compares these to socioeconomic indicators in education, health and WASH.
Progress of health and WASH in Kenya’s poorest ASAL counties: In-depth analysis of 10 arid and semi-arid land counties
This factsheet analyses the progress in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and health sectors in 10 of the poorest arid and semi-arid land (ASAL) counties in Kenya.