Our regular roundup of news on aid and development transparency – featuring research and interviews on DFIs, transparency, ESG and community accountability. Plus an update on our Aid Transparency Index method review and an opportunity for women’s economic empowerment consultants.
Last year we initiated a methodology review process for our Aid Transparency Index, with the aim of updating the assessment approach in order to ensure we adapt to new developments and continue to raise the bar for aid transparency. Following a period of research, online surveys and consultation meetings, we have developed a proposal for changes to the approach. We would appreciate any comment on our consultation paper.
The transparency practices of development finance institutions (DFIs) rarely match up to their policies on the disclosure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and accountability, according to new research from our DFI Transparency Initiative. The research examined the transparency of 20 bilateral and multilateral DFIs.
Join us on 11th February to discuss the transparency of development finance institutions (DFIs), with a focus on our findings from work stream 3 on environment, social and governance (ESG) and accountability to
Publish What You Fund is looking for individual consultants based in Nigeria, Kenya and Bangladesh to support research and advocacy work for our Women’s Economic Empowerment programme.
The Gender Financing Project: Video Tutorial Series is for anyone who would like to learn how to track aid and development funding for gender equality. The main focus of the four videos is to help you track international donors’ funding to improve gender equality, using some of the most trusted and well-used data sources.