The Publish What You Fund team has so far checked over 6,000 pieces of data published by 47 aid donors, and we’re only halfway through the Aid Transparency Index process. In this blog Elma Jenkins discusses why quality checks are essential for the Index and why, whether you’re looking for an Italian restaurant or details on aid projects, we all need data we can trust.
How do we measure aid transparency? Find out more about the updated methodology that we’ll be using for the 2020 Aid Transparency Index.
Our regular news update, including blogs on our next Aid Transparency Index and ongoing humanitarian transparency research. It also features news from the Overseas Development Institute, Southern Voice, One Campaign and Lowy Institute.
We can now announce the donors that will be included in the 2020 Aid Transparency Index, along with the timeline for data collection. Two donors have been added to the donor list for next year’s Index, joining the 45 donors included in the 2018 Index.
Our latest review of blogs and reports, including a paper examining the effectiveness of the Aid Transparency Index, a new database of ‘humanitarian voices’, a focus on SDG 16 and the use of blockchain technology in service delivery
Preparations are underway for the next Aid Transparency Index. This blog sets out the expected milestones for the 2020 Index and what aid and development actors can expect.