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Democratizing Development: Mapping Chinese Investments in Africa

A new geospatial dashboard visualizes where China is funding development in Africa

A number of African countries view China as an attractive development partner who provides generous financing with acceptable terms and doesn’t interfere in their internal affairs. In fact, Sino-Africa relations have matured substantially since the Forum for China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2000,

This Week: An AidData Update from Co-Exec. Director Brad Parks

AidData Co-Executive Director Dr. Brad Parks provides an update originally printed in the AidData Open Data Digest.

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Negotiating the Blurred Lines Between Official Development Assistance and Other Official Flows

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

This Week: A World that Counts vs. A World that Hides / Project Pulse In Mexico

Last week the Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on a Data Revolution released their report, A World that Counts: Mobilising the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development, which outlines how to enact the data revolution into the Sustainable Development Goals.

AidData Invites You To Find Out Where in the World Chinese Development Finance Is

Join AidData for the launch of the first geo-referenced database of Chinese development finance to Africa and an interactive geospatial dashboard that now makes it possible to explore important questions in greater depth.

Reforming ODA: WIth the Rise of Central and Eastern Europe, Is It Time for a Change?

Over the last year, AidData has been working to shed light on new and historical sources of foreign development data. In the sixth post of a 7-part series, we examine the assertion of Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries.

Four Central and Eastern European countries joined the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Development Assistance Committee (OECD-DAC) last

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