recipient-country

iati-organisations/iati-organisation/document-link/recipient-country

This is the reference page for the XML element recipient-country.

Definition

The recipient country that is the focus of the document. May be repeated for multiple countries.

Rules

This element may occur any number of times.

Attributes

Example Usage

Example usage of recipient-country of a document-link in an iati-organisation.
The @code attribute declares a valid code (AF) from the Country codelist.
  <document-link format="application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text" url="http:www.example.org/docs/report_en.odt">
   <title>
    <narrative>Annual Report 2013</narrative>	   
   </title>
   <category code="B01" />
   <language code="en" />
   <recipient-country code="AF" />  
  </document-link>
The recipient-country element can be repeated in any document-link.
Example declaring multiple recipient-country elements for the same document-link:
  <document-link format="application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text" url="http:www.example.org/docs/report_en.odt">
   <title>
    <narrative>Country Report 2013</narrative>	   
    <narrative xml:lang="fr">Rapport Pays 2013</narrative>
   </title>
   <category code="B01" />
   <language code="en" />
   <recipient-country code="AF" />
   <recipient-country code="AX" />
   <recipient-country code="AL" />
  </document-link>

Changelog

2.01

The recipient-country element was added as a child element of document-link.

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