ACAPS is an independent information provider that is free from the bias or vested interests of any specific enterprise, sector, or region. As independent specialists in humanitarian needs analysis and assessment, we are not affiliated with the UN or any other organisation. This helps guarantee that our analysis is objective and evidence-based.
ACAPS was established in 2009 as a nonprofit, nongovernmental project with the aim of conducting independent, groundbreaking humanitarian analysis to help humanitarian workers, influencers, fundraisers, and donors make better-informed decisions. The project is overseen by a consortium of three NGOs: the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Save the Children and Mercy Corps.
ACAPS datasets are also available from an API system accessible at https://api.acaps.org/
The Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) is comprised of education partners working in Accelerated Education (AE). It is currently led by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), with representatives from UNICEF, UNESCO, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Education Development Center (EDC), the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Plan International, the International Rescue Committee (IRC), Save the Children, and War Child Holland.
Trabajamos ofreciendo respuesta inmediata de urgencia, post-emergencia y rehabilitación. Desde los grandes desastres naturales a gran escala como eventos locales de menor magnitud, nuestro objetivo es brindar apoyo a las poblaciones afectadas, particularmente a los más vulnerables, para los que puede significar la diferencia entre la vida y la muerte.
Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) has a central mission: to carry out research and advocacy in order to reduce the incidence and impact of global armed violence. The need to do so is clearly a great one. The number of fatalities from armed violence is estimated to be over half a million people killed every year. And around two thirds of these violent deaths are estimated to occur outside conflict situations. To help reduce this burden of pain and suffering, we at AOAV carry out research and advocacy campaigns to strengthen international laws and standards on the availability and use of conventional and improvised weapons, to build recognition of the rights of victims and survivors of armed violence, and to research, understand and act effectively on the root causes of armed violence in affected countries. Research One of the central pillars of our work is our Global Explosive Violence Monitor, as well as the specific research we carry out on manufactured weapons, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), and guns. Advocacy AOAV tries to lobby governments and non-state actors through rigorous research and data, to curb the excessive use of force. In so doing, we regularly present our evidence at the United Nations, as well as the UK Parliament, Chatham House and other influential fora.
Adeso, formerly known as Horn Relief, was established in 1991 in response to Somalia’s devastating humanitarian crisis and civil war. We started as a small grassroots organization dedicated to helping Somalia’s pastoralist groups, particularly women and youth. Adeso has since grown into an African-based organization working in Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan where we advocate for much-needed resources for our partner communities and work hard to co-create innovative long-lasting solutions.
ADF is a Haitian-led and managed nonprofit. We believe that the socio-economic transformation of Fond-des-Blancs is possible if we tap into the latent talents of Haitians. We are a multi-faceted organization that functions as a service provider, knowledge management hub, collaboration and idea exchange forum, partnerships facilitator, and solutions incubator. Our work focuses on strengthening civil society organizations that serve Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti's poorest communities. We work at the grassroots level with Haitians to identify the most pressing needs and provide appropriate solutions. We strive to be a nonprofit that provides Haitians with a voice and power to make decisions in their own communities so they can take control of their futures. We believe that Haitians need to be at the forefront of the decision-making process. We are committed to fostering sustainable development led by Haitians.
The overarching objective of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group is to spur sustainable economic development and social progress in its regional member countries (RMCs), thus contributing to poverty reduction. The Bank Group achieves this objective by: mobilizing and allocating resources for investment in RMCs; and providing policy advice and technical assistance to support development efforts.
The African Union Commission (AUC) is the AU’s secretariat and undertakes the day to day activities of the Union. It is based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.Its functions, include representing the AU and defending its interests under the guidance of and as mandated by the Assembly and the Executive Council and Initiating proposals to be submitted to the AU’s organs as well as implementing decisions taken by them
The Agence Française de Développement (AFD) Group funds, supports and accelerates the transition to a fairer and more sustainable world. Focusing on climate, biodiversity, peace, education, urban development, health and governance, our teams carry out more than 4,000 projects in France’s overseas departments and territories and another 115 countries. In this way, we contribute to the commitment of France and French people to support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Créée par la loi n° 2004-21 du 21 juillet 2004 portant organisation des activités statistiques et organisée par le décret 2005-436 du 23 Mai 2005, l’Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD) est une structure administrative chargée d’assurer la coordination technique des activités du système statistique national et de réaliser elle-même les activités de production et de diffusion des données statistiques pour les besoins du Gouvernement, des Administrations publiques, du Secteur privé, des Partenaires au développement et du Public. En outre, elle assure la formation des statisticiens à l’Ecole nationale de la statistique et de l’analyse économique (ENSAE) qui fait partie du réseau des écoles de statistique africaine à côté de l’ENSEA et de l’ISSEA.
Akvo is a not-for-profit foundation that creates open source, internet and mobile software and sensors. We work with people improving infrastructure and services, for disadvantaged populations. We focus on making international development and country governance more effective, transparent and collaborative. Around the world, we help our partners act to improve the management of water, sanitation, agriculture, health, energy, education and the environment
ALHASAN SYSTEMS is a privately owned development company registered in Canada and Pakistan. This hi-tech knowledge management, business psychology modeling, and publishing company is constantly contributing its data and services to both humanitarian and developmental causes through its Public/ Private Partnership [PPP] SKIM and ODOA initiatives.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS strives to provide the most cost effective solutions and services, which not only serve its clients’ immediate requirements but also contribute to the
much larger cause of community welfare and development. Its area of professional services spreads from environment, energy, health, education, natural resources, critical infrastructure, utilities management, tourism, and investments, to community development and crisis management.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS corporate roadmap focuses on new trends in the field of Geomatics Engineering, Geo-engineering, Data Management, Bio Interfacing, Business
Psychology Modeling, Hi-tech publishing, e-Learning, and Smart Power Gridding and Engineering Services. This is possible when fairly serious ecological, political, and moral
ramifications are addressed strategically. That’s why social awareness, advocacy, and capacity building remain at the heart of ALHASAN SYSTEMS.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS constantly update its data in relation to its projects and also as a service to larger public bodies as well as research community to promote its pioneering 100% self-financed Open Data/ Open Access [OD/OA] initiative in Pakistan. We also share a number of additional layers and thousands of maps each year free-of-cost in the larger public interest.
All our data are made available through Pakistan’s only Metadata portal [www.geopakistan.pk] launched in 2012 by iMMAP in collaboration with its partners under USAID funding. This portal is now hosted and maintained at NED University of Engineering & Technology with hundreds of registered researchers in Pakistan.
The American Red Cross (ARC) International Services Department (ISD) seeks to prevent and alleviate human suffering around the world by responding to disasters, building safer, more resilient communities, and educating future humanitarians. The American Red Cross continues to deepen and expand its international programming while also working to strengthen the global Red Cross Red Crescent Network, in order to deliver critical assistance to some of the most vulnerable communities in the world.
The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) is a disaggregated data collection, analysis, and crisis mapping project. ACLED collects the dates, actors, locations, fatalities, and types of all reported political violence and protest events in more than 200 countries and territories in real time. The ACLED team conducts analysis to describe, explore, and test conflict scenarios, and makes both data and analysis open for free use by the public.
ACLED is a registered non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status in the United States.
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Resources Available on the ACLED Website: The full disaggregated event-based dataset is available for download through ACLED’s Data Export Tool and API with an open access account. Explore our latest data through our interactive global dashboard and check in for weekly data updates and analysis tracking key political violence and protest trends around the world, as well as special projects like our Early Warning Research Hub. Additional guides and methodology documents can be found in the ACLED Resource Library.
Resources Available on HDX: ACLED makes a range of aggregated data files available through the HDX portal, updated weekly. Because the main ACLED dataset is disaggregated, ACLED data can be aggregated both spatially (e.g. to the national level) and temporally (e.g. to the month or year level), among other options. When a user downloads ACLED’s disaggregated event-based data, each row in the file represents a single event occurring between designated actors in a specific named location on a specific day. In the spatially and temporarily aggregated files available on HDX, each row in the data represents a country-year (e.g. Iraq-2017) or a country-month-year (e.g. Somalia-January 2010), depending on the file. Note: to access full event data, please register to use the Data Export Tool and API on the ACLED website.
The Eastern Africa Food Prices Data Portal is a web based information system for food and input prices of selected Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) member countries namely Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia. The food and input price information is standardized and archived into a regional data portal and is easily accessible for use by regional research institutions, individual researchers and analysts. This supports analysis and informed policy-making geared towards reducing the high food and input prices. This data portal is an initiative of the following institutions: -Ethiopia Development Research Institute (EDRI) - University of Nairobi (UoN) - National University of Rwanda (NUR) - Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) - Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) - Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) - Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS-ECA) hosted by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
The Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU) is a national Syrian non-government, non-political, a non-profit institution focused on maximizing the impact of assistance delivered to the Syrian people by coordinating the efforts of donors, implementing agencies, and community representatives.
The Blavatnik School of Government is one of the University of Oxford’s newest and most vibrant departments. We combine the academic rigour of the top-ranked university in the world* with an applied, real-world focus.
As an independent, non-profit organization, BICC (Bonn International Centre for Conflict Studies) deals with a wide range of global topics in the field of peace and conflict research centering around organized violence. Our vision is a more peaceful world. Our mission is to conduct critical, problem-oriented, policy relevant research in response to the problems posed by organized violence. To do so, we engage in active exchanges with scholars and politicians as well as stakeholders in everyday practice and civil society. As a think tank, BICC seeks to engage in a dialogue with NGOs, governments, private organizations, research institutes and universities and well as with interested individuals. BICC examines the dynamics of organized violence at three levels: concepts, means and practices. Its work is clustered in various research themes among them 'discourses about war', arms transfers and arms control', 'mobilization and demobilization', 'natural resources and conflict', 'refugees and IDPs'. BICC’s portfolio includes: applied research, policy advice, technical advice and capacity development, data and geographic information systems, information of the public. BICC cooperates with international and national research institutes and foundations, UN and other international organizations, ministries such as the Federal Foreign Office (AA) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) as well as with institutions such as the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), NGOs, and international and bilateral organizations working in the field of development cooperation. BICC is co-editor of the annual “Peace Report” (Friedensgutachten).
The CALP Network is a dynamic global network of over 90 organisations engaged in the critical areas of policy, practice and research in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA) and financial assistance more broadly. Collectively, CALP members deliver the vast majority of humanitarian CVA worldwide.
What makes the CALP Network unique is its diversity. CALP members currently include local and international non-governmental organisations, United Nations agencies, the Red Cross/Crescent Movement, donors, specialist social innovation, technology and financial services companies, researchers and academics, and individual practitioners.
Together we seek to better meet the needs and improve the outcomes for people affected by crisis. To do this we ensure that CVA is a central, scalable component of quality, timely and appropriate humanitarian assistance, and that the need to sustain positive outcomes for people over the longer term is considered.
We envision a future where people are enabled to overcome crises with dignity, by exercising choice and their right to self-determination. This helps to sustain their well-being over time.
To do this we catalyse the power, knowledge and capacities of our diverse global network, alongside other local, national, regional and global actors, all of whom are seeking to secure better outcomes for people living in crisis contexts. Our role as a collective is to generate alignment in the approaches and actions of those within and across our network, in order to help optimise the quality and scale of humanitarian CVA.
Initially focusing on providing emergency disaster relief and nutrition, over the years we moved towards amore complex and forward-thinking program of development and resilience. Placing women and girls at the center of our work enables us to tackle the root causes of poverty and inequity amongst Bangladesh's rural and urban populations. Working with over 29 national NGOs, 17International NGOs and 23 civil society platforms partners and reaching millions of beneficiaries, CAREBangladesh creates lasting change by strengthening marginalized, excluded and extremely poor rural communities. We aim to build their resilience to shocks and amplify their voices to influence governance, public policy, and development practices. Through our partners, we implement programs that encompass strengthening livelihoods and dignified work, food, and nutrition security, inclusive governance, sexual and reproductive health, ending violence against women and child marriage, pro-poor market engagement, disaster and climate risk reduction and emergency response.
Caritas Australia is the international aid and development organisation for the Catholic Church in Australia.The organisation is part of Caritas Internationalis, an international confederation of 165 Catholic relief, development and social service organisations working to build a better world for the poorest of the poor in over 200 countries and territories.