USAID Data ServicesUSAID Data Services provides a broad portfolio of products and services specifically designed to help USAID staff and partners improve development outcomes through the use of data and information. The following data portals serve as a central source for U.S. foreign assistance data, international socioeconomic data, and data-driven analysis in support of USAID goals.
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Foreign Aid ExplorerExplore the official picture of U.S. foreign assistance through interactive maps and country profiles
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Development Cooperation LandscapeExplore and visualize data from development organizations around the world
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Development Experience ClearinghouseSearch a half-century of U.S. International aid records
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Development Data LibraryThe central repository for Agency-funded, machine-readable data
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International Data & Economic AnalysisFind continuously updated development data with interactive tools and analysis
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Women's Economic Empowerment and Equality DashboardExplore interactive visualizations of women's economic, social, and political empowerment
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Dollars to ResultsTrack USAID investments abroad and view illustrative results
Trade Capacity BuildingSee where and how the U.S. Government implements trade capacity building activities worldwide
- USAID Data Services, in collaboration with the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning, recently launched the publicly available Development Cooperation Landscape Tool, an interactive webpage on USAID's Foreign Aid Explorer that allows USAID staff and the development community to view and analyze the budgets and programs of other development cooperation actors by country. This tool will increase understanding of cooperation partners' priorities; identify potential areas of alignment and collaboration; contribute to more robust cooperation strategy development; and serve as a data source when engaging development cooperation stakeholders. Through this tool, USAID hopes to better understand and comprehensively map the work of approximately 1,000 development partners currently reporting to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) in order to more effectively and efficiently use resources.
- The USAID Data Services team is pleased to announce the addition of the Domestic Revenue Mobilization (DRM) sector to the IDEA Country Dashboard. The new sector includes data on tax performance and tax administration from the latest release of USAID's Collecting Taxes database, in addition to other indicators on government revenue and relevant indicators on the business environment. The DRM sector was compiled by the partnership of M/CIO's USAID Data Services team and the Office of Economic Policy in the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3).
Requests & ServicesEmail
The USAID Data Services team responds to requests for data, analysis, and visualizations from USAID staff in Washington and in the field, and from other USG agencies.
USAID Data Services responds to requests for the following:
- Data identification, selection, and analysis
- Data visualizations and graphical representations
- Statistical and economic research and reports
- Development of online data tools