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.

The Story of Aid Transparency

Our interactive timeline maps the journey towards a fully transparent aid and development sector.

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Our free, easy to use online Data Quality Tester allows data publishers to check the quality of their IATI data against our Index methodology

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THE AID TRANSPARENCY INDEX

THE AID TRANSPARENCY INDEX

Our report is the only independent global measure of transparency among the world’s leading aid donors.

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Read our 2016 Annual Report

Publish What You Fund's 2016 Annual Report and audited accounts are now available to view online. In his Chair's letter, Giles Bolton recognises the continued role that transparency has, even in the changing global political climate. The report also covers the...

What are the principles of joined-up data?

This post was written by Tom Orrell with contributions from Beata Lisowska. It was originally published on the Open Data Watch blog here At the Friday Seminar that preceded this year’s UN Statistical Commission (UNSC), Open Data Watch’s Eric Swanson asked me a...

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ICTs for Evaluation, 6-7 June 2017

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) are running this ICT4Eval conference at their headquarters in Rome. It is organised around three main themes: ICT and data collection, data analysis and data dissemination.

Our CEO Rupert Simons is presenting on Wednesday 7th June on the topic ‘Open data: Has the time come for joint reporting standards for evaluations?’

View the draft agenda here