This report shows that rich nations and institutions have been routinely over-reporting funding for developing countries to adapt to the climate crisis. This means that the world’s most vulnerable people and countries are only receiving a fraction of the support they were promised. The research also shows that gender and poverty considerations are largely symbolic in many adaptation projects.

Latest Publications

The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2020

  • Countries: Burundi, Central African Republic, Guatemala, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine, Zambia
  • Published: January 2021

Sometimes we don’t even eat: How conflict and COVID-19 are pushing millions of people to the brink

  • Countries: Congo, Nigeria, Yemen, Global, South Sudan
  • Published: November 2020

A rapid gender analysis of the August 2020 Beirut explosion

  • Countries: Lebanon
  • Co-authors: UN Women, UNFPA, ESCWA, ABAAD
  • Published: October 2020

Adolescent girls’ education and COVID‐19: What is happening in the field?

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Mali, Somalia, Global
  • Published: October 2020

She Told Us So: Filling the Data Gap to Build Back Equal

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: September 2020