35 CSOs Urge Donors to Ensure IATI Delivers

Update (4th April): We’ve received replies to eight letters already. Read the replies here.

On 9th February, a meeting of the International Aid Transparency Initiative Steering Committee in Paris will agree the final details of the global standard for publishing aid information. In advance of this meeting, 35 civil society organisations from around the world have urged aid donors to ensure that the agreement reached on 9th February “fully addresses the priority issues identified by partner countries”.

These include:

  • the provision of up-to-date information on current and future aid flows; and
  • ensuring that published information uses common definitions and formats that are compatible with partner countries’ budgets and systems.”

Read the letters below:

IATI members need to agree an aid transparency standard that fully addresses the priority issues identified by partner countries. These include:
 the provision of up-to-date information on current and future aid flows; and
 ensuring that published information uses common definitions and formats that are compatible with partner countries’ budgets and systems.

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