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2018 Index: who and when?

Data collection for the 2018 Index will begin on 1st December 2018. Who’s included?

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Applause for USAID

Sally Paxton outlines the work by the USAID Bangladesh Mission that is saving time and improving data quality


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How transparent is aid really?

Our new discussion paper explores the challenges of assessing IATI data visibility

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Redesign Data: Dueling dashboards

This blog was co-written by our US Representative Sally Paxton and George Ingram, Chair of Friends of Publish What You Fund. It was originally published on the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) blog as part of their Redesign Data series.  The potential...

The 2018 Aid Transparency Index: Donor selection and timeline

We are pleased to announce the donors that will be included in the 2018 Aid Transparency Index and the timeline for data collection. Data collection for the 2018 Index will start on 1st December 2017 and end on 9th March 2018. The final report will be launched in June...

5 things we learned about IATI at the Africa Open Data Conference

This blog was originally posted on IATI's website. It is written by James Coe (Publish What You Fund), Annelise Parr (IATI Secretariat & UNDP) and Reid Porter (InterAction). Last month, Ghana hosted the second Africa Open Data Conference (AODC). The event sought...


IATI Members’ Assembly meeting, 3rd – 5th October, Rome

The International Aid Transparency Initiative will hold its annual members meeting at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) headquarters. Staff from Publish What You Fund will attend.

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