Over the past two decades, Bangladesh has achieved an economic transformation enabling formidable reductions in extreme poverty and remarkable human development progress.
As the conflict in Ukraine continues, the world witnesses yet another refugee emergency. Millions of Ukrainians are fleeing their homes to seek asylum in other European countries. But how will these countries cope with this considerable, for some disproportionate, influx of displaced persons?
This brief presents the results from the third (and final) round of High Frequency Phone Surveys on Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Burkina Faso, conducted between June 28 and July 20, 2021,
The second JDC Annual Report provides an overview of the progress on the quality, quantity and availability of socioeconomic data and evidence on the more than 84 million forcibly displaced, and their host communities.
Improved protection and wellbeing of forcibly displaced persons and those affected by forced displacement is achieved through coherent implementation of evidence-informed humanitarian and development action and inclusive policies.
To enhance the ability of stakeholders to make timely and evidence-informed decisions that can improve the lives of affected people.
Improving and supporting the collection, analysis, dissemination, and use of primary socioeconomic microdata and population data that inform policymaking and programming.
We work on:
See what’s happening at the Joint Data Center today.
The conflict in Ukraine—which in matter of weeks from their homes—has renewed media and public attention on the impacts on refugees hosted by other countries and those who are internally displaced.
Read the latest reports and briefs from the JDC.
The Government of Denmark represented by Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
European Union represented by the EU Directorate-General for International Partnerships (INTPA)
The U.S. Government represented by U.S. Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM).