2012 Index: round up

Coverage online

Huffington Post: George Ingram – Aid Transparency: Will Obama and Romney Walk the Walk?

Devex: Some progress but aid still not transparent

Wall Street Journal: Study Says Development Aid Remains Opaque Despite Progress

Guardian: World aid data: every country ranked for transparency

Reuters: EU states lagging in aid transparency – watchdog

Also carried in:

Terra

BayouBuzz

EuroNews

Freedom Info: Publish What You Fund reports improved picture

Donor Tracker: Publish What You Fund launches 2012 Aid Transparency Index

Reuters Trust Law: Transparency in how aid dollars spent improved in 2012 report

IPS News: Less Than Half of International Foreign Aid Is Transparent

EU Observer: EU donor aid transparency clouded

DutchNews: Dutch aid eff

orts among most transparent

Not for Profit Quarterly (NPQ): Most Big U.S. Aid Ranked “Poor” or “Moderate” on Transparency

Humanosphere: US aid agencies, Gates Foundation rank low on transparency

Politifreak: U.S. Foreign Aid Lacks Transparency, New Study Says

World Radio Switzerland: Switzerland slammed for aid transparency lack

The Foundry: U.S. Foreign Aid Lacks Transparency, New Study Says

Rethinking US Foreign Assistance blog: Hooray for (unsexy) OMB aid data guidance

4Traders: UNDP ranks top 10 for transparency

A view from the cave (Tom Murphy): US Organizations Fall Short in Aid Transparency Index

Counterbalance: European public banks must improve transparency

ProBono News Australia: 2012 Aid Transparency Index

VENRO (German Platform): Kein “Transparenzpreis” fuer Deutschland

Balkan Civil Society Development Network: 2012 Aid Transparency Index DG Enlargement ranked poor

OMB Watch: Progress: US agencies increase transparency

Front Page Magazine: USAID earns bad transparency rating  

Council on Foreign Relations: Missing Pieces- Uncertain India, Aid Transparency, and More

Caitlin’s Cloud: Canada’s Moderate Rating in the 2012 Aid Transparency Index

Federal Times: News briefs

Embracing Change: Global aid agencies and funding transparency

CEE Bankwatch: European public banks must improve transparency

Federal News Radio: interview with DHM

CNS News: Watchdog gives agencies poor marks in transparency of foreign aid

Public Finance International: DFID and World Bank top aid transparency league table

News Medical: Advocacy group’s aid transparency index shows more openness but room for improvement

Enna: 2012 Aid Transparency Index

TradeMark Southern Africa: Aid Transparency Index Results

AKVO: The Netherlands enters the Aid Transparency top 3

Partners/Donors

Commissioner Piebalgs (speech: 9 Oct, 12)

ONE blog

IBP

AidInfo – (AidInfo blog)

UNDP

Engineers W

ithout Boarders (Canada)

Global Integrity

Peace and Collaborative Development Network

SIDA

Kaiser Family Foundation

GAVI

Transparency International EU: How transparent is the EU’s aid?

Transparency International Germany: “F” for aid transparency: Why are development actors not making the grade?

MCC: Transparency is key in development effectiveness

USAID: USAIDs commitment to transparency

 

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