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Aid transparency in 2015: The clock is ticking

It’s six months since we launched the 2014 Aid Transparency Index. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the number of donors…

Posted in ATI, Blog, Road to 2015, Updates | Posted by: Shreya Basu
 
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Open Data Day 2015: The open data revolution in Nepal

This is a guest blog by Pavrita Rana, a Coordinator at Open Nepal. The full, original version of this blog…

Posted in Blog, Data Revolution, Events, Updates | Posted by: Guest
 
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The lessons are there: the U.S. must now act on aid transparency

Written by our U.S. team members, Sally Paxton and Catalina Reyes

On February 6 Brookings and the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network…

Posted in Blog, By Country, U.S., Updates | Posted by: Sally Paxton
 
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Reflections on the First Drafting Session of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development

The first drafting session of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD3) was held in New York on…

Posted in Blog, Financing for Development, Updates | Posted by: Jeannet Lingan
 
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The Mohinga experience: Why aid quality matters in Myanmar

This is a guest blog written by the European Union Delegation to Myanmar. All photos credited to Leigh Mitchell.

Donors and aid have…

Posted in Blog, International Aid Transparency Initiative, Technology for Transparency, Updates | Posted by: Guest
 
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Financing and Development: Donors must make the aid data revolution reality

Years ago, I spent a summer working in the research department of an investment bank. My job was to analyse…

Posted in Blog, Updates | Posted by: Rupert Simons
 
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How transparency is helping Gavi to save lives

This is a guest post by Jonna Jeurlink, Senior Manager, Public Policy at Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.  

Gavi, the Vaccine…

Posted in ATI, Blog, Updates | Posted by: Guest
 
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State of the Union 2015: What “Smart Development” Means for Reform as the Clock Winds Down

 This blog was written by MFAN Co-Chairs George Ingram, Carolyn Miles, and Connie Veillette. It was originally published…

Posted in Blog, U.S., Updates | Posted by: Guest
 
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PEPFAR and MCC Partner to Create Local Data Hubs

This is a guest blog post from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

Sharing and using reliable data is essential…

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