Only three out of ten government departments have reached the level of transparency set out in its 2015 UK Aid Strategy. Our detailed review assessed ten government departments spending significant amounts of official development assistance (ODA) and found that they all now share some data on their aid and many have improved the regularity and quantity of information they make available through the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). However, currently only the Department for International Development (DFID), the Department of Health and Social Care and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy meet the aid transparency targets the government is due to meet by 2020.
Our regular roundup of news from the aid and development finance community, including details of our new initiative focusing on the transparency of development finance institutions, and introducing our new Chair
Our regular roundup of news from the aid and development transparency world, including our updated methodology for the Aid Transparency Index and news from Nigeria.
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How do we measure aid transparency? Find out more about the updated methodology that we’ll be using for the 2020 Aid Transparency Index.
Our regular round up of the latest happenings in the aid and development transparency world. This edition features our blogs on the new US DFI and reflections on our recent research trip to Bangladesh.