We envisage a world where aid and development information is transparent, available and used for effective decision-making, public accountability and lasting change for all citizens.

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We conducted research in Benin and Tanzania to find out more about what data is actually needed in partner countries.


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Etre véritablement transparent, c’est prendre ses responsabilités!

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The organisation file - A veritable treasure trove

James Coe gets excited about the organisation file on IATI!



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2018 Index: who and when?

Data collection for the 2018 Index will begin on 1st December 2018. Who’s included?


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Etre véritablement transparent, c’est prendre ses responsabilités!

Comment fait-on, nous, organisations de la société civile, pour assurer un suivi des projets de développement et de la prestation des services de base auprès de nos communautés avec si peu d’information?, questionne un représentant de la société civile béninoise tout...

If you can’t report a pothole, how can you hold donors to account?

This blog is by our CEO Rupert Simons and Research and Monitoring Manager Elise Dufief. Last month, heavy rain opened a pothole near our office. We reported it to the local authority, using the ‘FixMyStreet’ app from MySociety. Two weeks later, the authority’s...

EVENT: From counting to accountability

From counting to accountability: unleashing the power of data to leave no one behind Date: Friday 13th October Time: 9:00am – 10:30am. Location: World Bank I building, as part of the annual Civil Society Policy Forum. This event is being organised by Save the Children...


From Counting to Accountability

Friday 13th October
Save the Children and Publish What You Fund are leading a session at the annaul World Bank Civil Society Policy Forum in Washington DC. The discussion will draw on international case studies to look at how data can support the Sustainable Development Goals.

Find out more details here.