IATI asks publishers to declare any conditions or specific terms that are attached to their activities. For example, these could be the requirements issued by a funder or a six month review to assess whether or not the activity is worth continuing.
Within the IATI activity standard conditions that relate to an
iati-activity can be described:
conditions- a container element to declare whether
condition- the specific statement around a condition.
When using the IATI activity standard to declare conditions, the following should be considered:
iati-activitydoes not require a
conditionsstatement, if none are relevant.
- However, it is also valid to declare that no
conditionsare attached to a specific
- For every
conditiona relevant ConditionType code is expected.
- When multiple
conditionexist, these can be presented separately within the same
- The same
conditioncan be presented in different languages, by using the
narrativechild element`` and the relevant xml:lang.
- The free-text to describe the condition should avoid jargon
In versions 2.01 and above, the following must also be considered:
- Any freetext condition text must be included in the child
narrativeelement, which can be repeated for different languages.