Better to be open about aid than fiddle the figures

Publish What You Fund gives a cautious welcome to agreement on foreign aid reform, but urges greater transparency so that aid can make a bigger difference The OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (OECD-DAC) met this week in Paris to consider reforms to how foreign...

New project: US Foreign Assistance

Publish What You Fund is excited to announce a new project that will interrogate open aid data – including that published to IATI – in order to assess the impact of potential changes to US foreign assistance. The project will combine a deep-dive into the...

EVENT: From counting to accountability

From counting to accountability: unleashing the power of data to leave no one behind Date: Friday 13th October Time: 9:00am – 10:30am. Location: World Bank I building, as part of the annual Civil Society Policy Forum. This event is being organised by Save the Children...

The 2018 Aid Transparency Index methodology is here

The Aid Transparency Index is the only independent measure of aid transparency among the world’s major aid organisations. To date, it has contributed to raising 25% of global aid to a high enough standard to be useful and used by others. The Index continues to...

Parties urged to keep UK aid transparent and effective

Two organisations working to promote aid transparency, accountability and effectiveness welcome the continued cross-party consensus to protect the aid budget and spend aid in the most effective way. The One Campaign and Publish What You Fund recognise that the United...

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...