The Gender Financing Project: Video Tutorial Series is for anyone who would like to learn how to track aid and development funding for gender equality. The main focus of the four videos is to help you track international donors’ funding to improve gender equality, using some of the most trusted and well-used data sources.
We have built several free tools to give IATI publishers easy ways to check and visualise their own data. They provide a great way to assess your data ahead of the forthcoming Aid Transparency Index. This blog provides a summary of what you can do with the Data Quality Tester, IATI Decipher and IATI Canary.
IATI Canary is a free data monitoring and alert service. It checks to ensure IATI data is both available and compliant with the IATI schema.
Today we’re launching a new tool that uncovers huge swathes of previously incomprehensible aid and development information. IATI Decipher, for the first time, visualises strategic and budget documents in the IATI Registry. This valuable data – encompassing over 22,300 strategic documents and $2.6 trillion of global donor budgets – was only previously accessible to those […]
This visualization shows Ugandan government spending alongside overseas aid for financial years 2003/4, 2004/5, and 2005/6. This is the first time that an exercise like this has been done and shows what would be possible if donors published information about their aid, which could be mapped alongside recipient countries’ domestic spending. Currently this comparison is […]