Asking the right questions: AidData's Survey Practice
The "Marketplace of Ideas for Policy Change" report analyzes the influence of over 100 external assessments according to over 6,750 survey participants, and it makes some interesting observations about factors that make assessments more and less influential.
Changing tides: Tracking aid in the Caribbean
Over the past several decades, The Caribbean and its countries' needs and priorities have shifted. They have now expanded beyond their traditional relationships in the development world and started to form ties with non-traditional donors.
Independence Day: Aid and conflict in South Sudan
The way that an influx of funding and personnel to an area of extreme, persistent conflict affects the conflict itself garners academic attention.
“Why should we wait?”: Mapping for the next disaster
Maps are integral to humanitarian relief efforts, especially in remote, disaster-prone countries.