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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…

Posted in News, Resources, Updates | Posted by: Rupert Simons
 

Event: Francophone aid transparency at the OGP

Our Research and Monitoring Manager Elise Dufief will moderate a roundtable discussion at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) meetings taking place…

Posted in News | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

Focus on transparency in UK government’s development spending reviews welcomed by Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund

Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund welcome the strong emphasis on increased transparency in the UK’s Department for International…

Posted in International Aid Transparency Initiative, News, UK, Updates | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

Aid transparency: a focus on major donors in Kenya

This blog post was written by our Research and Monitoring Manager Elise Dufief and our Research Assistant Nicholas Dorward. 

This week,…

Posted in Africa, Blog, Updates | Posted by: Elise Dufief
 

More than Digits: Why location data matters

“A few million dollars is just a drop in the ocean,” said Muchiri Nyaggah, Executive Director of Kenyan think-tank Local…

Posted in Agriculture, Blog, Updates | Posted by: James Coe
 

How can the new US administration make aid more effective?

This is a guest blog post by George Ingram, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Chair of the Friends…

Posted in Blog, U.S., Updates | Posted by: Guest
 

Event: Transparency in development cooperation – Much done, much left to do

Publish What You Fund will take part in an event at the High Level Meeting in Nairobi as part of…

Posted in News | Posted by: Katie Welford
 

The Aid Transparency Index needs you!

Your chance to provide feedback on the methodology of the Aid Transparency Index

Since October 2016, Publish What You Fund has…

Posted in ATI, Blog, By Topic, News, Updates | Posted by: Elise Dufief
 

Agricultural development, transparency and co-operation: The Nigerian perspective

This guest blog was written by Okeke Celestine, Leader Partner of the MSME Advocacy and Support Initiative in Nigeria. 

Agricultural…

Posted in Africa, Agriculture, Blog, Updates | Posted by: Guest
 

The case for gender data from Côte d’Ivoire

This guest blog was written by Rosemonde Apata, President of MAFUBO Côte d’Ivoire — a non-profit which works to ensure…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution, Updates | Posted by: Guest Tagged , , ,