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International Aid Transparency Initiative, one decade on:

International Aid Transparency Initiative, one decade on:

It’s ten years since the International Aid Transparency Initiative set up. The IATI brings together governments, multilateral institutions, private sector and civil society organisations to increase the transparency and openness of development resource flows. It’s a step towards improving coordination, accountability and effectiveness for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people.

By March this year, the one-millionth activity was reported and over 600 organisations have published their data since 2011. By May, Belgium had joined the UK and the Netherlands as the third government to introduce mandatory rules for organisations receiving their aid to report their spending to IATI.  

IMA International respects our client organisations who report into this transparency initiative and who are among its 90 current members, representing governments, multilaterals, foundations, private sector and civil society organisations.

 

  • WHY: To increase the transparency and openness of development resource flows.
  • WHO: International Aid Transparency Initiative
  • WHAT: Ten years since the International Aid Transparency Initiative set up.
  • HOW: By bringing together governments, multilateral institutions, private sector and civil society organisations.

Tags: International Aid Transparency Initiative

Website: iatistandard.org/en/about/

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 (They taught me all I knew);
Their names are What and Why and When 
 And How and Where and Who."

-Rudyard Kipling