recipient-region

iati-organisations/iati-organisation/recipient-region-budget/recipient-region

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

Definition

The supranational geographic region where funds have been allocated.

Rules

This element must occur once and only once (within each parent element).

Attributes

@vocabulary

An IATI code for the vocabulary from which the region code is drawn. If it is not present, code 1 (‘OECD DAC’) is assumed.

This value must be of type xsd:string.

This value must be on the RegionVocabulary codelist.

@vocabulary-uri

If the vocabulary is 99 (reporting organisation), the URI where this internal vocabulary is defined.

This value must be of type xsd:anyURI.

@code

Either an OECD DAC, UN region code or (if code ‘99’ Reporting organisation is selected for recipient-region/@vocabulary) a code from your internal vocabulary. The codelist is determined by vocabulary attribute. The value in recipient-region/@code should appear within the Region codelist, if the vocabulary code 1 (‘OECD DAC’) is used.

This value must be of type xsd:string.

Example Usage

Example usage of recipient-region in context of recipient-region-budget element:

The @code attribute declares a valid code (489) from the Region codelist.
The optional @vocabulary attribute declares a valid code (1) from the RegionVocabulary codelist.
<recipient-region code="489" vocabulary="1" />

If a publisher uses a vocabulary of 99 (i.e. ‘Reporting Organisation’), then the @vocabulary-uri attribute should also be used, for example: .. code-block:: xml

<recipient-region code=”A1” vocabulary=”99” vocabulary-uri=”http://example.com/vocab.html” />

Example of recipient-region in context of a complete recipient-region-budget element:

  <recipient-region-budget status="2">
   <recipient-region vocabulary="99" vocabulary-uri="http://example.com/vocab.html" code="A1" />
   <period-start iso-date="2014-01-01" />
   <period-end iso-date="2014-12-31" />
   <value currency="USD" value-date="2014-01-01">25000000</value>
   <budget-line ref="1234">
    <value currency="USD" value-date="2014-01-01">2000000</value>
    <narrative xml:lang="en">Budget Line</narrative>
   </budget-line>
  </recipient-region-budget>

Changelog

2.02

The optional recipient-region-budget element was added.

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Last updated on 2016-09-08