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Fortunate Machingura

Fortunate Machingura

Fortunate is a Research Fellow for the Development Progress project at the Overseas Development Institute.

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Dan, a community health worker, logs details of malnourished children to record their recovery - KUAP Pandipieri - CC BY-NC-ND

Should bad data mean no action?

Claire Melamed
9 August 2016

There is now an overwhelming consensus that much of the data with which governments, companies and civil society organizations make decisions are flawed. However, this does not mean governments should turn away from data-driven policy-making, argues ODI Managing Director Claire Melamed.

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Helen Clark

Helen Clark

Administrator, United Nations Development Programme

Bayush and friends at school in Ethiopia - Jessica Lea/Department for International Development

Briefing notes from the ‘Starting Strong: the first 1000 days of the SDGs’ series of events held in Nairobi, Sri Lanka and Bogota.

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A boy studying the Quran in Djenné, mali – UN Photo/Marco Dormino (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Here's what can be achieved in 1000 days to 'leave no one behind'

Elizabeth Stuart
11 July 2016

Elizabeth Stuart writes for the blog of the UN High-Level Political Forum on what can be done in the first 1000 days of the #SDGs to kickstart progress on leaving no one behind, giving practical examples of early action and past successes.

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