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DataKind’s Humanitarian Insights Data Platform: New Code-Based Solutions & A Call to Action

Each year, more people are experiencing humanitarian crises. According to UN-OCHA’s Global Humanitarian Overview for 2023, nearly 350 million people around the world are currently in need of humanitarian assistance and protection, a figure that’s 30 percent higher than in 2022. These are driven by global mega-trends, such as increases in forced displacement, conflict, political […]

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DataKind 2023 Year in Review

In the 11 years since DataKind’s founding, we have been tackling the world’s biggest challenges with AI. In 2023, thanks to new and continuing support from our funding partners, DataKind was able to build up our data science and research teams, including new positions for product owners and a director of research, enabling us to

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Extending the Boundaries of Economic Opportunity: DataKind Advances Work in Financial Inclusion

With support from the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, DataKind is  advancing work in economic opportunity with a focus on financial inclusion. Worldwide, approximately 1.7 billion people are excluded from the formal economy. This includes people who are unbanked or who lack sufficient credit history to take advantage of financial services. While the unbanked are

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Using Machine Learning to Understand What Drives Student Success in Dallas County

Image above courtesy of The Commit Partnership Founded in 2012, The Commit Partnership (Commit) is a coalition of more than 200 partners (public and private schools, colleges and universities, foundations, businesses, and nonprofits) that work to solve Dallas County’s biggest systemic education challenges, including improving early childhood education, preparing and …

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