We are pleased to announce which 50 aid and development organisations have been selected for inclusion in the 2024 Aid Transparency Index. Here we outline the selection criteria, which three organisations have been added and which three organisations have been removed from the Index. We also set out the timescale for data collection and analysis over the coming year.
We recently opened our Aid Transparency Index methodology to public consultation. In this blog we describe how stakeholders were consulted, and the resulting changes to the methodology for the 2024 Index.
Ahead of the IATI Members’ Assembly in Copenhagen, we wanted to reflect on the growth of IATI, and highlight the burgeoning number of examples of stakeholders using IATI data for research, policy insights and ultimately to make development more effective.
Over the coming months the team at Publish What You Fund will be conducting a review of the Aid Transparency Index assessment method. We have opened a written survey and are welcoming technical as well as general comments on updates to the 2024 Index methodology.
The political support for investing in women’s economic empowerment (WEE) has never been higher. Especially in light of the disparate impacts from COVID-19 on women and girls, there has been a loud chorus of voices on the need to invest in WEE. The critical question, though, is whether the political rhetoric is matched by effective, catalytic investments that are significantly advancing women and girls’ equality and giving them the meaningful ability to participate in, and benefit from, economic opportunities and prosperity?
Following the launch of the 2022 Aid Transparency Index, Sally Paxton and George Ingram reflect on the performance of the top US agencies, the progress that has been made on transparency and the importance of using data to improve future development outcomes.