Emerging donors = emerging transparency?

Saudi Arabia “is the number one donor for aid and development in Yemen”, according to Dr Abdullah al-Rabeeah, who runs the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KS Relief). “We’re here to help.” What the impact of Saudi’s aid is, however, we can’t really...

The 2018 Aid Transparency Index methodology is here

The Aid Transparency Index is the only independent measure of aid transparency among the world’s major aid organisations. To date, it has contributed to raising 25% of global aid to a high enough standard to be useful and used by others. The Index continues to...

Transparency and development data in Tanzania

Next week experts, civil society and donors will gather in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, to attend the 2017 International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Technical Advisory Group (TAG) meeting. The purpose of the four day event is to discuss pressing issues surrounding...

Aid Transparency Index: update on the methodology review

Publish What You Fund’s 2016 Aid Transparency Index reported on the results by major donors to meet the commitments made in Busan in 2011, where donors promised to open up their aid information by December 2015. With this deadline now passed, our intention is to raise...

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 been working with peer reviewers and a selected number of experts and independent partners across the globe to design an updated proposal for...

Reviewing the methodology of the Aid Transparency Index

As announced at the 2016 Index launch, Publish What You Fund is reviewing the methodology of the Aid Transparency Index. This post outlines what Publish What You Fund is doing and why. The Aid Transparency Index is the only independent measure of transparency among...

Nachhaltige Entwicklung? Nicht ohne Transparenz!

This blog was originally posted by ONE Germany here Das Thema Transparenz hat in den letzten Jahren international und hierzulande an Bedeutung gewonnen. Die Unterzeichnung der „Open Data Charta“ 2013 auf dem G8-Gipfel in Lough Erne war ein wichtiger erster Meilenstein...