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The organisation file - A veritable treasure trove

James Coe gets excited about the organisation file on IATI!


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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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How transparent is aid really?

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

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The organisation file: A veritable treasure trove!

How do I answer basic aid flow questions? Which donor is providing aid to a country and what is the future projection of that aid? More importantly, how does one put that aid data into the country context? Like me, many data users start with the OECD-DAC CRS data,...

Emerging donors = emerging transparency?

Saudi Arabia “is the number one donor for aid and development in Yemen”, according to Dr Abdullah al-Rabeeah, who runs the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KS Relief). “We’re here to help.” What the impact of Saudi’s aid is, however, we can’t really...

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...


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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