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Jorge A. Matine, Centre for Public Integrity, Mozambique

Case study interview: Jorge A. Matine – Coordinator of the Public Finance programme, Centre for Public Integrity (CIP) Mozambique. 15th March 2018 Jorge works for the Centre for Public Integrity (CIP), a think tank and watchdog organisation in Mozambique that promotes...

Paola Palacios, Transparencia Mexicana

Case study interview: Paola Palacios – Programme Coordinator, Transparencia Mexicana (Transparency International Chapter in Mexico). 14th March 2018 Paola is currently trying to follow the money pledged after the earthquake that hit Mexico in September 2017. They want...

Winnie Kamau, Kenyan data journalist

Case study interview: Winnie Kamau, Kenyan data journalist. President of the Association of Freelance Journalists – Friday 9th March 2018 Winnie Kamau loves data. She is a Kenyan journalist who specialises in data visualisation, covering social, political and...


News Roundup – Balancing User Needs, Webinars and TAG Takeaways

How do we balance supply and demand? We have a dilemma. How do we balance the supply of a functioning, usable aid transparency architecture with the growing demands of the numerous and increasingly competent users. How can we all ensure existing users receive the...

Aid and Development Finance Data – From Useful to Useable

The aid transparency community has a decision to make. All at once we need to raise awareness of the presence of huge volumes of aid and development finance information, and at the same time support new and existing users when they have challenges accessing it.  In...


Private Finance for Sustainable Development Week

15-18 January 2019

We will be attending this annual OECD event that brings together the public and private sector to discuss new approaches in using private finance to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The “impact imperative” will be the main theme.

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