PEPFAR and MCC Partner to Create Local Data Hubs

This is a guest blog post by Keith Torrence, member of the Country Impact Team, Office of the U.S. Global…

Posted in Blog, By Country, Data Revolution, U.S. | Posted by: Guest
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Young people in Nepal will drive accountability in 2015

This is a guest blog by Ravindra Shakya, Country Director, Restless Development Nepal

Young people make up a huge part of…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution | Posted by: Guest

9 December: Anti-Corruption or Anti-Poverty Day?

This guest blog has been written by Craig Fagan of Transparency International.

More than a decade since 9 December has become…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution | Posted by: Guest
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Collaboration and Accountability: Monitoring the Implementation of the US Open Government Plan

Guest post by Abby Paulson- Open the Government   The Obama administration publicly declared a dedication to open government early…

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

A midterm evaluation. The other midterm, that is.

If you follow U.S. politics or even if you’ve managed to stay away from it, you may have heard the…

Posted in Blog, open gov, U.S., Updates | Posted by: Catalina Reyes

Reflections on the Annual GPEDC Workshop in Seoul, Korea

Last week well over 100 participants convened in Seoul for the Annual Workshop of the Global Partnership for Effective Development…

Posted in Blog, Korea, NGOs | Posted by: Shreya Basu

IAEG report: what we asked for versus what we’ve seen so far

The UN Secretary General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group  (IEAG) on the Data Revolution plans to launch its final report tomorrow (6…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution, NGOs, U.N. | Posted by: Jeannet Lingan

PEFA is changing and donors are being let off the hook.

Consultations on the revised framework for Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) ended last Friday. For those unfamiliar with PEFA,…

Posted in Blog, International Aid Transparency Initiative | Posted by: Shreya Basu

Aid traceability is a worthy goal, but it will take some time

Guest post by Ben Taylor, Twaweza

“We will require organisations receiving and managing funds from DFID to release open data on how…

Posted in Blog, UK | Posted by: Guest

The need, and the opportunity, for research to inform the data revolution debate

A few weeks ago, in the midst of all the Aid Transparency Index excitement, I participated in an event hosted…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution | Posted by: Liz Steele