New use of aid information emerging: Rwanda ranks aid donor performance

In a recent turn of events, the Rwandan government has assessed the country’s aid donors and ranked them according to performance. A blog by the Department for International Development has suggested that this significant act of ‘turning the tables on donors’ demonstrates progress and the emergence of recipient countries holding donors to their commitments.

Eurodad, in a report last year also noted that donors should be held mutually accountable for aid effectiveness and further set out that ‘publishing, disseminating, discussing and of course acting on data is going to be one key part of making aid more effective’, mentioning Publish What You Fund and the International Aid Transparency Initiative as notable initiatives ‘aiming to make breakthroughs in aid transparency’.

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