The Aid Transparency Assessment: Comments and Coverage


Links to some of the coverage of the Aid Transparency Assessment.

The Guardian;



The World Bank;

OBM Watch;




“Just to congratulate you on the aid transparency assessment you have just published. It’s a great set of data and a fantastic achievement.”

Deborah J Williams, Deputy Chair of Developing Nations Committee at IFAC

“HUGE congratulations to you and your team on the Aid Transparency Assessment! I read it last night and it’s a fantastic piece of work – really comprehensive and I love the way you have approached the issue from different angles. Really impressed with your Beta-version as well, the website looks great.”

Matthew Grey, Ministry of Justice

“We have just had the pleasure of going through your Aid Transparency Assessment, and think it is a fantastic piece of work and a tool that can help our community of people living with HIV and TB struggle for better health care.”

Case Gordon, on behalf of the Collective IMAXI Cooperative / World Care Council

“Congratulations on the Aid Transparency Assessment – with QuODA and now this, it’s quite exciting that we’re beginning to be able to compare donors across effectiveness indicators.”

Nora Coghlan, Policy Manager, ONE

“Many thanks for this useful tool.”

Emmanuel Bayeni, Director, Centre for Human Rights and Development

“An outstanding piece of work, well done.

Beris Gwynne, Director for Global Accountability, World Vision International

“Just seen the Aid Transparency Assessment… well done!”

Kate Norgrove, Head of Campaigns, WaterAid

“This is a good job – wonderful!”

Mama Koite, Malian politician and a member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union, representing West Africa.