AidData's blog is a first cut of our research in international development
How do the global goals crowd in international financing and inform domestic priorities? A new AidData report assesses the historical baseline for funding to the SDGs.
Five years in the making, AidData’s data collection effort has captured more than USD $350 billion in foreign aid and other forms of state financing that China committed to five major regions of the world.
Relying on averages is worsening inequality within countries. We look at whether aid financing reaches the poorest regions, and find that donors are missing the mark.
#Hack4TheCity focused on the challenges and opportunities for sustainable growth in Uganda's cities.
One organization in Kampala is working to make open data more usable and accessible for citizens.
Rigorous methods, cutting-edge tools and granular data to answer the question: who is doing what, where, for whom, and to what effect?
Serving the policy and research communities
Dashboards & tools to leverage data throughout the programming lifecycle
Crosswalk aid flows to the Sustainable Development Goals
Filter and join geospatial datasets into units of analysis that fit your research
Access detailed aid project records reported by the OECD and IATI
Track aid from China, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia
Helping development organizations to make better informed decisions
Tracking underreported financial flows
Better aid targeting to ensure that no one is left behind
Perspectives of leaders in low- and middle-income countries
Portfolio-wide insights from rigorous impact evaluations
Enabling the next generation of geospatial analysis
Static, timestamped datasets for research
Granular and comprehensive data on foreign assistance projects worldwide
Financing to the SDGs Dataset, Version 1.0
AidData's Global Chinese Official Finance Dataset, 2000-2014, Version 1.0
Geocoded Afrobarometer Data, Version 1.0
Advancing scientific frontiers and evidence-based policymaking
Tracking Underreported Financial Flows
Geospatial Impact Evaluation