Preparations are underway for the next Aid Transparency Index. This blog sets out the expected milestones for the 2020 Index and what aid and development actors can expect.
Reflecting on the contrasting fates of the two UK agencies featured in the Aid Transparency Index, this blog examines what the Foreign & Commonwealth Office could learn from others in order to improve its transparency.
Having high quality, accessible and useful information about what is being spent where, by whom, and with what results is fundamental to making aid more effective. It also makes it more accountable to taxpayers in donor countries and citizens in countries receiving aid. Publish What You Fund’s Aid Transparency Index monitors the transparency of donors’ […]
We are pleased to announce the donors that will be included in the 2018 Aid Transparency Index and the timeline for data collection. Data collection for the 2018 Index will start on 1st December 2017 and end on 9th March 2018. The final report will be launched in June 2018. The full, updated methodology, […]
“We need the few giants to look past self-interest and towards building the humanitarian system of tomorrow, creating a win-win situation for donors, UN and non-UN agencies, taxpayers and, above all, affected populations.” Excerpt from: Too Important to Fail – addressing the humanitarian financing gap, January 2016 It was with these sentiments that 30 […]