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
This blog was co-authored by Elise Dufief and Rupert Simons. We would like to thank Andy Lulham for research support and Niels Keijzer from the German Development Institute for comments on an earlier draft. It is now two years since the European Union (EU) set up the...
Open, accessible and joined-up data is crucial to the data revolution. It’s time for donors to take responsibility for it. Development data and information on its own can be very dry and difficult to dissect and analyse. The discussion on what constitutes Official...
Having high quality, accessible and useful information about what is being spent where, by whom, and with what results is fundamental to making aid more effective. It also makes it more accountable to taxpayers in donor countries and citizens in countries receiving...
Aid Transparency Index data collection
1st December 2017 – 9th March 2018
The period for data collection for the 2018 Aid Transparency Index covers just over three months. It allows donors to upload and test their data, including feedback from Publish What You Fund, before the final results are launched in June 2018.