Development Progress blog series

This is an archive of blog series commissioned by the Development Progress project at the Overseas Development Institute, a five year research project supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It aimed to measure, understand and communicate where and how development progress has happened. The blog series below draw together different voices on issues across the development agenda.

Starting strong: effective implementation of the SDGs

The Sustainable Development Goals

The data revolution

Putting employment at the centre of economic transformation

Security in post-conflict contexts – lessons learned

What has changed in humanitarian responses since the 2004 tsunami?

Mobilising resources for sustainable development

Environmental progress in development

Youth priorities for post-2015

Other blogs

How should we measure poverty?

Accelerating progress towards the MDGS

National progress in education

Leading experts blog on pathways to progress in health

Women’s empowerment in fragile and conflict-affected countries

What role for security in development progress?

What is political voice, why does it matter, and how can it bring about change?

Valuing progress: Development’s difficult choices. What would you choose?

Measuring progress in the quality of life of the urban poor: are indicators and data fit for purpose?

Measuring progress on health