Looking at the second component of our DFI Transparency Tool, this blog argues that the “development scores” produced by new DFI impact management systems are of limited value. DFIs should instead focus on disclosing the granular impact data that informs these scores.
£22,000- 25,000 depending on experience per annum (pro rata) UK-based with the right to work in the UK 6 months, with possible extension We’re looking for a detail-oriented Research Assistant to support with data collection and research for our Women’s Economic Empowerment Project. This is a full-time staff position for six months, with the possibility of […]
Our regular monthly newsletter, featuring our blog series digging into the components of DFI transparency, two opportunities to work with us and a roundup of 2021.
This blog introduces the first of the components of our DFI Transparency Tool, core information. It expands on the theme of uneven progress in improving transparency, and reflects on why and how we initially focused our research on the basic information that provides the foundations for true transparency.
In this blog, Paul James discusses our experience of researching DFI transparency for the last two years, looking both at how the industry has changed for the better in recent years and the amount of work that still needs to be done.
Publish What You Fund is looking for a detail-oriented, numerate Research Assistant to support our work on development finance institution (DFI) transparency. Salary: £27,000 – 30,000 depending on experience. Fixed term contract (12 months)