Join us on 30th September to discuss the transparency of DFIs, with a focus on our findings on the transparency of impact management – objectives, theories of change and impacts.
Karen Mathiasen is a strategic advisor to Publish What You Fund’s DFI Transparency Initiative. Here she draws on her decades of experience at the World Bank and the US Treasury to illustrate the challenges and opportunities for the IFC in light of the recent publication of their CAO review.
Join us on 21st July to discuss the transparency of DFIs, with a focus on our findings on the transparency of basic project information.
Right now, enormous sums are being committed by western nations to shore up the health care systems and economies of many low and middle-income countries. It is absolutely necessary and the right thing to do. In this guest blog, Rob Mosbacher considers the investments of development finance institutions, the tension between speed and effectiveness, and the role of transparency.
Our work to increase the transparency of development finance institutions (DFIs) is off to a great start; with the support of an expert group of advisors, we have selected the five key focus areas for our work over the next 2.5 years. Rob Mosbacher, former CEO of OPIC, has chaired the first meeting of the Project Advisory Board that will guide the direction of our DFI Transparency Initiative.
In the run up to the OECD Private Finance for Sustainable Development conference we ask whether ten years from now, when progress against the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is tallied, we’ll be able to measure the contribution made by Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) and the private finance they’ve mobilised.