UNDP and UNOPS appointed as hosts of the International Aid Transparency Initiative
DI remains a member of IATI and is focusing its efforts on using and promoting the critical real-time data that IATI is uniquely helping bring to the fore.
Improving the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data
DI explores how the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data can be improved. Read about the pilot project to combine Somalian IATI and 3W data.
Cuts to the UK 2020 aid budget: What IATI data tells us
This briefing compares data published by the UK's FCDO and DFID in 2019 and 2020, showing where aid budget cuts fell among recipients, countries and sectors
Development Initiatives welcomes the International Development Committee’s call for increased reporting to the IATI Standard
Development Initiatives (DI) has welcomed the report, particularly its call for DFID to use its leadership role to encourage other humanitarian actors to publish to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Standard. DI provides the technical support to IATI, which aims to make information about aid spending easier to access, understand and use.