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Style or Substance?: The BRICS in the Post-Busan World

(Courtesy Image: Bidness ETC

One fundamental question reigned at the 2011 Busan High Level Forum for Aid Effectiveness: would China sign the Busan declaration? The importance of the BRICS, especially China, in development finance was no longer disputed - these countries were key players and their participation in the declaration was essential.

This Week: We Need a Revolution! / Project Pulse: Côte d’Ivoire

Recapping the launch of the 2014 ATI and the Independent Expert Advisory Group's "Data Revolution for Development" comment period, plus, we introduce the third in our Project Pulse: Project in Focus series - Côte d’Ivoire's Post-Crisis Multisector Institutional Support Project.

The Disappearing Act: Foreign Aid to Sinking States

A humanitarian crisis lurks in the seemingly peaceful palms of the world’s small-island developing states – an estimated 52 island nations will become uninhabitable due to rising sea levels within the next 100 years.

Transparency Matters

Why Transparency Matters Series Recap

Originally posted by InterAction, this recap of the "Why Transparency Matters" blog series includes the NGO Aid Map-hosted Google Hangout from October 6th, 2014. Samantha Custer, Director of Policy and Communications at AidData, participated in the event.

Leading transparency practitioners are discussing the challenges of transparency and opening the conversation to the public.

south-south cooperation

South-South Cooperation: Providing Context in a Changing Landscape

Over the last year, AidData has been working to shed light on new and historical sources of foreign development data. In the second post of a 7-part series, we examine South-South Cooperation.

National Solidarity Program

This week: Zombie slaying in #ICT4D / Project Pulse: Focus on Afghanistan

With the start of October, it’s only fitting that we start off with a conversation about zombies…zombie tech projects that is.  Last week the OpenGov Hub hosted a discussion about the prevalence of investing in ICT projects, tools and apps that are redundant or don’t solve an actual problem.

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