Sustainable Development Intelligence

Program Overview

Helping partners use data so that no one is left behind

We help governments and development partners better understand the nexus between specific data ecosystems and opportunities for policy change.

We strengthen our partners’ ability to use evidence for policy planning and learning.

We integrate data, people, and systems to more effectively translate evidence into tangible progress for the most vulnerable.

Focus Areas

Tracking Financing to the SDGs

Track and analyze all-source financing to the Sustainable Development Goals

To gain a clearer picture of SDG funding, AidData is spearheading a new methodology to track, integrate, visualize and disseminate all-source financing for the SDGs, and has released a dataset of project-level aid to the SDGs.

No One Left Behind

Track and analyze development investments targeting vulnerable groups

The No One Left Behind (NoLB) pilot project focused on tracking and analyzing financing for development allocated to people with disabilities, and we are currently adapting and extending the methodology to focus on different vulnerable groups.

Health Data Innovation

Help policy-makers use data effectively to improve decision making and resource allocation

Building a resilient and responsive health system that serves everyone requires strategic investments across core health system building blocks. We help decision-makers develop sustainable and locally-owned solutions to pressing health issues through innovative approaches.

Program Team

For technical or research inquires, contact:

Policy Analysis

Samantha Custer

Director of Policy Analysis

Policy Analysis

Rodney Knight

Senior Research Scientist

Policy Analysis

Jonathan A. Solis

Research Scientist

Policy Analysis

Bryan Burgess

Senior Policy Specialist

Policy Analysis

Divya Mathew

Senior Policy Specialist

Alex Wooley

Director of Partnerships and Communications