Seven organisations have written to the Chair of the OECD DAC, Erik Solheim, asking him to support a proposal to ensure aid can be mapped onto partner country budgets.
Over the last few months, we’ve been working with five donor partners (Canada DFATD, DFID, UNDP, USAID and the World Bank) to pilot the integration of aid with partner country budgets in five countries. We have found this approach to be successful in mapping aid to country budgets, in order to create a full picture of the […]
Facilitating the integration of aid with partner country budgets When: October 8, 2014, From 3:00-4:30pm Where: World Bank Group Headquarters, Room MC9-100 The Open Aid Partnership, BOOST, Open Contracting, and Digital Engagement are hosting an event in partnership with Publish What You Fund and Oxfam America to explore how transparency and emerging open data standards […]
Last week, Publish What You Fund attended the IATI TAG (Technical Advisory Group) meeting in Montreal in force. How did it go? Well, it was great. A fantastic community came together to work out what we need to do to improve aid data. It constantly surprises even us how much it has grown. There was strong […]
Next week, the IATI Technical Advisory Group (TAG) will meet in Montreal. The name is somewhat misleading though, as the TAG includes everyone active in the IATI community – both policy AND technical staff. The last TAG was almost two years ago, and the next one might not be for a while, so we’re keen […]
In the aftermath of the devastating Typhoon Yolanda on 8th November, there have been calls to ensure that aid is effectively coordinated, learning lessons from the way humanitarian relief and reconstruction efforts were delivered following the Haiti earthquake and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Donors are already publishing large amounts of information about their traditional […]