College of William and Mary

For The AidData Program

Strategies
Overview
AidData is a research lab at the College of William and Mary that equips policymakers and practitioners with better evidence. AidData’s strategic initiatives include (a) developing geospatial impact evaluation methods and other analysis tools and helping other organizations adopt them; (b) researching the priorities and perspectives of leaders in low- and middle-income countries and measuring donor influence; and (c) tracking of all types of financial flows and assessing to what extent resources reach the most vulnerable. During this grant period, AidData will support a cohort of leading development organizations in making better-informed decisions at multiple stages of their programming cycles.
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Williamsburg, VA 23187
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for the AidData program  
AidData is a research lab at the College of William and Mary that equips policymakers and practitioners with better evidence. AidData’s strategic initiatives include (a) developing geospatial impact evaluation methods and other analysis tools and helping other organizations adopt them; (b) researching the priorities and perspectives of leaders in low- and middle-income countries and measuring donor influence; and (c) tracking of all types of financial flows and assessing to what extent resources reach the most vulnerable. During this grant period, AidData will support a cohort of leading development organizations in making better-informed decisions at multiple stages of their programming cycles.
for the AidData program  
This supplemental grant to William and Mary will support AidData’s mission to make development finance more transparent, accountable, and effective. AidData is building on its core competencies of data production, visualization, and analysis to take a more proactive role in data uptake, influence, and impact. Under this grant, AidData will advance three strategic initiatives: (1) the development and diffusion of geospatial impact evaluation methods, (2) a 2016 survey of developing country policymakers and practitioners, and (3) tracking of all types of financial flows for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

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