Publish What You Fund have launched a survey on Women’s Economic Empowerment, Financial Inclusion and Empowerment Collectives in Kenya, Nigeria and Bangladesh. We are calling on NGOs, INGOs, WROs and/or feminist movements to please fill out the survey and help to build the evidence to help secure greater and fairer access to funding opportunities. The […]
Our regular newsletter, featuring an announcement on the 2022 Index, new research on transparency and gender financing, a webinar on the transparency of DFI investments in financial intermediaries, and a survey on women’s economic empowerment in Kenya, Nigeria and Bangladesh.
We have now completed our selection process and can announce which organisations will be assessed in the 2022 Aid Transparency Index. The Index assesses the transparency of the major aid organisations internationally (including “South-South” donors) and assesses a different types of agency, including bilateral, multilateral and philanthropic organisations that provide both grants and development finance, and that intervene in humanitarian emergencies and fund development projects.
We will assess a total of 50 organisations in the 2022 Index, three more than we assessed in 2020.
As part of our DFI Transparency Initiative we held a webinar presenting the findings from our fifth work stream on the transparency of the Financial Intermediary investments of development finance institutions (DFIs).
Our regular newsletter, featuring the launch of our making gender financing transparent research, an interview with Aubrey Hruby on increasing access to DFI finance, and a blog on how data disclosure can help multilateral development banks catalyse more private finance.
Our regular news bulletin, featuring updates to the Index assessment method, new research on DFIs, transparency and financial information, a transparency timeline of the UK aid cuts, news of the launch of our gender financing research and a chance to catch up on a roundtable discussion on Russia and aid transparency.