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The First Tranche
AidData s blog is a first cut of our research in international development
Realizing Agenda 2030: Not just more, but better financing needed to succeed
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.
AidData releases first-ever global dataset on ChinaвЂ™s development spending spree
Five years in the making, AidDataвЂ™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.
Beyond the Tyranny of Averages: AidData report highlights unequal development within countries
Relying on averages is worsening inequality within countries. WeвЂ€lookвЂ€atвЂ€whetherвЂ€aid financing reaches the poorest regions, and find that donors are missing the mark.
Success in the streets: A hackathon for Sustainable Cities
#Hack4TheCityвЂ€focused on theвЂ€challengesвЂ€andвЂ€opportunitiesвЂ€for sustainableвЂ€growthвЂ€inвЂ€Uganda sвЂ€cities.
Harnessing open data to help the most vulnerable in Uganda
Rigorous methods, cutting-edge tools and granular data to answer the question: who is doing what, where, for whom, and to what effect?
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