AidData's blog is a first cut of our research in international development
AidData is piloting a new methodology in Rwanda to connect financing for and progress on the SDGs with national development.
The project is designed to enhance the use of health data by the government of Côte d’Ivoire, civil society organizations and local communities.
The GeoBoundaries team at AidData has now made over 600 sets of administrative boundaries freely available for 196 countries across the globe.
AidData is polling producers of national statistics as part of a new collaboration with Open Data Watch and PARIS21.
Little is known about Russia’s foreign aid. We examine the evidence to see what makes Moscow's spending different.
We use rigorous methods, cutting-edge tools, and granular data on international development to answer the question: who is doing what, where, for whom, and to what effect?
Serving the policy and research communities
Dashboards & tools to leverage data throughout the programming lifecycle
Visualize aid flow estimates to the Sustainable Development Goals
Filter and join geospatial datasets into units of analysis that fit your research
Access detailed aid project records reported by the OECD and IATI
Search for Chinese-backed development projects worldwide
Helping development organizations make better-informed decisions
Tracking underreported financial flows
Better aid targeting to ensure that no one is left behind
Perspectives of leaders in low- and middle-income countries
Portfolio-wide insights from rigorous impact evaluations
Enabling the next generation of geospatial analysis
Static, timestamped datasets for research
Granular and comprehensive data on development activites worldwide
AidData's Global Chinese Official Finance Dataset, 2000-2014, Version 1.0
Geocoded Afrobarometer Data, Version 1.0
Advancing scientific frontiers and evidence-based policymaking
Geospatial Impact Evaluation
Tracking Underreported Financial Flows