Aid and development is not just about how much you spend, it’s the way that you spend it. Publish What You Fund has campaigned for transparent, effective aid since the ‘Accra Agenda’ was agreed in 2008. In 2011, donors committed to publish timely, comprehensive and forward-looking data on aid and development finance, and for the […]
This week, global leaders and major development cooperation stakeholders gathered in Nairobi for the second high-level meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation, hosted by the government of Kenya. Before new commitments are made, how have major donors fared on their transparency commitments and what are the implications for a country like Kenya?
Publish What You Fund will take part in an event at the High Level Meeting in Nairobi as part of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC). The event is being co-hosted by the African Development Bank, UNDP, World Food Programme and IATI. It will run from 7.45 – 9.00am in the Lenana Room […]
Last week well over 100 participants convened in Seoul for the Annual Workshop of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation organised by the Korean government. The main objectives of the workshop were to take stock of the implementation of the Busan commitments at country level and to reflect on the role of the GPEDC […]
This document was prepared by Publish What You Fund and does not necessarily reflect the official views of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC). This paper draws on a range of evidence sources and is designed to complement and deepen the analysis available from the GPEDC 2014 Progress Report to foster useful discussions […]
The findings of the Paris Declaration Monitoring Survey confirm disappointing progress by donors against their aid effectiveness commitments made in Paris in 2005. On aid transparency, recognised in the report as a necessary precondition for more effective aid, the report notes that progress on aid transparency has been ‘uneven’: “IATI […] is perhaps the most […]