The Index methodology has remained substantially unchanged since 2013. This review is an opportunity for Publish What You Fund to ensure that the Index remains relevant for all development stakeholders. The Index methodology should reflect and collect the data needed for decision making, accountability and monitoring purposes. In order to do this, we are opening up a consultation period, where we invite the wider community to comment on our proposed changes. This will include the opportunity to provide feedback on the methodology itself, the relevance of the indicators used, the weighting system and new areas we’d like to work on.
All donor agencies have three months left to uphold their Busan commitment to make aid transparent by the end of December 2015. We believe this is an important period and a crucial year to show evidence that this 2011 promise was not only rhetoric but can actually lead to significant progress and make development more […]
At the Busan High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in 2011, the world’s largest aid providers committed to publishing their data to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) by the end of 2015. IATI is the only international open data standard for publishing aid information that ensures data is timely, comprehensive, comparable and accessible. Whilst progress […]