As we start 2020, just over 50 percent of relevant crisis data is available across 14 humanitarian operations. Afghanistan and the Central African Republic have the most complete data, while Venezuela has the least. The largest data gaps are in the categories for health and education, and food security and nutrition. The categories with the best coverage of data include affected people, and geography and infrastructure. 1. Introduction -- 2. Key messages -- 3. Global overview -- 4. Completeness by location, by category, by sub-category -- 5. Completeness by location and category -- 6. Completeness by location and sub-category -- 7. Country deep-dive: Afghanistan -- 8. Contributing organizations -- 9. Data for modeling -- Annex A. Data grid sub-category definitions -- Annex B. Data grid criteria for assessing completeness.