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Latest blog posts
The next step for Grand Bargain transparency – from data publication to data use
DI's Angus Urquhart and Senior Consultant Lisa Walmsley analyse signatories' progress against the Grand Bargain transparency commitment.
A missed opportunity to improve UK aid
The UK government has released a response to the IDC report, which points to a lack of development focus in UK departments and poor progress on transparency
Placing affected people at the heart of the Grand Bargain transparency commitment
2018 is important for the Grand Bargain’s first workstream: greater transparency.
Increasing the use of IATI data in country systems – reflections from Senegal and Madagascar
Petya Kangalova explores the use of IATI data in country aid information management systems (AIMS), with pilot projects in Senegal and Madagascar.
Connecting IATI and FTS for streamlined humanitarian reporting
An introduction to a pilot project that aims to provide an automated way for organizations to publish information about their humanitarian funding.
Aid data use at country level: The example of Nepal
There are increasing efforts to improve how aid data is shared in Nepal. The AMP reflects a growing demand for improved transparency.
We need to solve real-world problems in a joined-up way
Senior Advocacy Adviser Tom Orrell explains why joined-up data and interoperability are crucial to solving development problems in the real world.
Why transparency and accountability should be a principle of good blended finance
In the case of blended finance, we really do need more transparency and accountability. Why? This blog by Cordelia Lonsdale explores two reasons