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This is a guest blog post by Taryn Davis, Senior Associate at the Development Gateway and part of the Initiative for Open Ag Funding. The original blog was posted on the Development Gateway site on February 13th. The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)...
Publish What You Fund’s 2016 Aid Transparency Index reported on the results by major donors to meet the commitments made in Busan in 2011, where donors promised to open up their aid information by December 2015. With this deadline now passed, our intention is to raise...
How can digital tools be used to make information on agriculture development funding more accessible, and more actionable? Join the Initiative for Open Ag Funding to hear pitches from expert developers from across the world - sharing their plans to use...
- We work to make major aid donors more transparent. Read what we are asking them to do on our refreshed website https://t.co/kuGfnofe7d
2017 IATI Technical Advisory Group (TAG) meeting
Members of Publish What You Fund’s team will be attending the TAG meeting in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 6 – 9 March. We will present on the Initiative for Open Ag Funding and our new tool that allows for self-testing of IATI data quality.