The Nairobi Outcome Document – a cautious welcome

Aid and development is not just about how much you spend, it’s the way that you spend it. Publish What You Fund has campaigned for transparent, effective aid since the ‘Accra Agenda’ was agreed in 2008. In 2011, donors committed to publish timely, comprehensive and...

New website for Friends of Publish What You Fund

Friends of Publish What You Fund have launched a new website. The U.S.-based non-profit organisation was established in May 2015. Its aim is to promote transparency among donors, users and implementers of international assistance in order to ensure effective spending,...

An open letter to Priti Patel

Dear Secretary of State, Congratulations on your appointment to this important role. We are looking forward to working with you to make aid and development spending more transparent and ultimately more effective. I am pleased to be able to tell you that DFID is a...