AidData and the U.S. Global Development Lab: What to look for in Y4
What to expect during the fourth year of AidData and the U.S. Global Development Lab's partnership.
AidData and the U.S. Global Development Lab: A look back at Y3
A look back at the third year of the partnership between AidData and the U.S. Global Development Lab.
“First data responders?”: Lessons learned from Nepal
In the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, hyper-local, crowdsourced data functioned as signposts for both national and international organizations as they sought to provide timely relief to those areas in greatest need of assistance.
Can Emotions Influence Aid Allocation?
A recent study found that individuals giving money to charities react differently to mixtures of qualitative and quantitative evidence on aid effectiveness depending on whether they are motivated primarily by altruism or by positive emotional feeling by helping others.
US Private Foundation Data and the Total Resource Envelope
Given a shift in emphasis to greater international giving on the part of US private foundations, it is increasingly important to understand the scope and distribution of these grants and how this compares to official development assistance.