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.
Why does aid transparency matter?
Find out why aid transparency matters and how you can get involved
“We need the few giants to look past self-interest and towards building the humanitarian system of tomorrow, creating a win-win situation for donors, UN and non-UN agencies, taxpayers and, above all, affected populations.” Excerpt from: Too Important to Fail –...
The Aid Transparency Index is the only independent measure of aid transparency among the world’s major aid organisations. To date, it has contributed to raising 25% of global aid to a high enough standard to be useful and used by others. The Index continues to...
USThis is a guest blog post by George Ingram, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Chair of the Friends of Publish What You Fund. The original blog was posted on the Brookings site. It is an anxious time. The development community is fraught over a complex...
Grand Bargain annual meeting, 20th June
It is one-year since the Grand Bargain agreement was made at the World Humanitarian Summit. A key commitment from signatories was to increase the transparency of humanitarian assistance. Our Director of Advocacy Cathy Turner will be at the meeting in Geneva to hear what progress has been made.