As an organisation we are committed to high internal transparency standards. We publish all of our financial data to the IATI Registry as part of our internal Transparency Policy that outlines our approach to organisational Ethics, Governance and Disclosure of Information. You can see a visualisation of our revenue and expenditure, based on our IATI data here.
The Aid Transparency Index measures donor progress towards aid transparency and is produced by Publish What You Fund, an independent civil society campaign. The Aid Transparency Index does not only include IATI publishers but also looks at other donors. IATI is an initiative that promotes and maintains an open data standard. Publish What You Fund […]
The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) provides a standard framework for publishing aid and development information. IATI is a ‘multi-stakeholder initiative’ with members including governments, multilateral organisations and civil society groups. The IATI Standard allows funders and implementing organisations to publish their data on aid and development finance in a common format that allows for comparison […]
Information published in machine-readable formats is presented in a structured way (not free text) that can be read automatically by a computer. Formats such as XML or spreadsheets (XLSX, CSV) are machine-readable formats. Data in traditional word-processed documents, HTML and PDF files are easily read by humans but are difficult for machines to interpret. Publishing […]
Data must be current for an organisation to be able to score on each indicator. For purposes of the Index, “current” is defined as published within the 12-months immediately preceding the end of the data collection period, e.g. “current” information was published between the 9th of March 2021 and the 9th of March 2022. Information […]
Manual checks and sampling are conducted by Publish What You Fund staff on 16 indicators published in the IATI Standard. The purpose is to ensure that the information published for these indicators is what it should be and encourages the publication of high quality information to the IATI Registry with the aim of benefiting data […]