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Nutrición mundial informe 2017 : Alimentar los ODS
Description: 1 de cada 3 personas en el mundo están malnutridas y los países ya han perdido el 16% de su GDP en malnutrición. El reporte global de la nutrición es el único inventario anual completo sobre el estado de la nutrición mundial. El informe del 2017 se centra en cómo una mejora en la nutrición puede tener un poderoso efecto multiplicador en los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de la ONU. De hecho, indica que será un desafío alcanzar cualquier objetivo de desarrollo sostenible si no se aborda la nutrición. Descargue el reporte aquí: http://bit.ly/GNRSS2017
  03 Nov 2017   1m51s 23 861 0
Le Rapport mondial sur la nutrition 2017: La nutrition au service des ODD
Description: 1 personne sur 3 dans le monde souffre de malnutrition et entre 1 et 16% de son PIB à la malnutrition. Le Rapport mondial sur la nutrition est le seul bilan annuel complet de la nutrition dans le monde. Le rapport 2017 axé sur l'amélioration de la nutrition peut avoir un puissant effet multiplicateur des objectifs de développement durable des Nations Unies. En effet, cela indique qu'il sera difficile d'atteindre n'importe quel objectif de développement durable sans aborder la nutrition. Téléchargez le rapport ici: http://bit.ly/GNRRF2017
  03 Nov 2017   1m51s 0 18 0
Global Nutrition Report 2017: Nourishing the SDGs
Description: 1 in 3 people globally are malnourished, and countries lose between 1 and 16% of their GDP to malnutrition. The Global Nutrition Report is the only comprehensive annual stock-take of the state of the world’s nutrition. The 2017 report focuses on how improving nutrition can have a powerful multiplier effect across the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Indeed, it indicates that it will be a challenge to achieve any Sustainable Development Goal without addressing nutrition. Download the report here: http://bit.ly/GNR_R_2017
  03 Nov 2017   1m51s 2 162 0
How is aid changing? An introduction to ODA modernisation
Description: Development Initiatives’ official development assistance (ODA) experts Cordelia Lonsdale and Rob Tew provide an overview of the OECD DAC’s process of modernising its system for how aid is monitored, measured and reported. The video covers the basic facts about how modernised ODA will work, how this might affect incentives for DAC donors in their aid allocations, and how reported ODA numbers might be affected. This is a recording of a webinar delivered by Development Initiatives in September 2017. For more resources on ODA modernisation, visit www.devinit.org or view our short animation https://youtu.be/B1UneDGvaN4
  27 Sep 2017   1h3m27s 0 128 0
Changing the rules of aid: Understanding ODA modernisation
Description: This animated presentation provides an overview of the drivers behind aid reform and what the process and timelines for change look like. It also presents a summary of key changes expected, and introduces some of the implications for policy and practice, and for anyone who works with ODA data.
  04 Sep 2017   8m19s 5 610 0
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2017
Description: Explore the findings of the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2017. This annual report provides a comprehensive overview of humanitarian financing and related aid flows, based on independent analysis of the latest data. Read the full report at devinit.org/global-humanitarian-assistance-2017
  20 Jun 2017   1m40s 0 1365 0
Making the case for joined-up data: a data story from Kenya
Description: What are the benefits of joining up data? How could joined-up data help government departments and others monitor progress and direct future spending effectively? In this video - the second in our series on joined-up data - we use a data story from within the Kenyan Ministry of Education to make the case for joining up data, showing how much simpler planning and analysis would be if only the data on domestic and international resources were joined-up and connected to national and international indicators. Find out more about the Joined-up Data Standards project: www.juds.joinedupdata.org The Joined-up Data Standards project is a joint initiative from Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund
  09 Mar 2017   8m14s 1 144 0
Getting started: A guide to publishing humanitarian data to the IATI Standard
Description: This is a recording of the second session of a two-part webinar run by Development Initiatives and the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Secretariat to support Grand Bargain signatory organisations to use the IATI Standard to share information on their humanitarian funding and activities. The webinar is aimed at people working in policy, operations and technical functions This session is for participants who have attended session 1 or who already have a basic understanding of IATI. It explains how data is published, the types of information required, existing publishing monitoring initiatives and what support is available to publishers.
  06 Mar 2017   1h4m49s 0 185 0
An introduction to the IATI Standard within the humanitarian context 1
Description: This is a recording of the first session of a two-part webinar run by Development Initiatives and the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Secretariat to support Grand Bargain signatory organisations to use the IATI Standard to share information on their humanitarian funding and activities. The webinar is aimed at people working in policy, operations and technical functions This first session was for participants wanting to understand what IATI is, how it can benefit the humanitarian community, and what it means to be an IATI publisher in terms of balancing transparency with operational, security, privacy and other concerns.
  27 Feb 2017   58m49s 0 340 0
Data to leave no one behind: The P20 Initiative
Description: Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals have brought us a global commitment to end extreme poverty and ensure no one is left behind. For this ambition to be met, we need to know who the poorest 20% of people in the world - the P20 - are, understand their lives, and ensure they are included in progress.
  15 Jan 2017   2m11s 1 320 0
Understanding interoperability: joining up data to meet the Sustainable Development Goals
Description: This presentation by the Joined-Up Data Standards (JUDS) project showcases the vital importance of interoperable data in planning and monitoring the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals. To find out more about the JUDS project visit www.juds.joinedupdata.org or follow @Joinedup_Data on Twitter
  15 Jan 2017   6m12s 2 289 0
Explore poverty and resources data across the world
Description: Where is poverty deepest? How do countries compare on ODA and domestic resources? You can explore poverty and resource data from across the world on the Development Data Hub – a free online tool.
  16 Dec 2016   47s 0 35 0