From the schema
Can occur: Min = 0, Max = Unlimited
A geopolitical region (above the country level) that will benefit from this activity. This element is primarily for administrative and geopolitical purposes. If the specific country/-ies are known, the activity report can use the recipient-country element instead. For geographical location, use the location element. For the value of the @code attribute, see http://iatistandard.org/codelists/region
|@code||Machine-readable code for the entity being described.|
|@vocabulary||The vocabulary from which the region code is drawn. If it is not present 1 - 'OECD DAC' is assumed.|
|@percentage||The percentage of the budget allocated to this item. Content must be a positive real number between 0 and 100, with no percentage sign.|
This element also references "textAtts"
Attribute group for elements containing free text content.
Standard compliance test(s) for /recipient-region/*
- percentages of regions sum to 100
- Must be on: Region Codelist
- Must be on: Region Vocabulary Codelist
Recipient region can be declared just through the relevant code:
<recipient-region code="289"/>Additionally, the name of the region can also be declared.
<recipient-region code="289">South of Sahara, regional<recipient-region>Where the name of the region is declared in a language other than the default, it is good practice to cite this:
<recipient-region code="289" xml:lang="es">Africa subsahariana</recipient-region>When multiple regions are declared, then the percentages should equal 100% for that activity
<recipient-region percentage="60" code="289">South of Sahara, regional</recipient-region> <recipient-region percentage="40" code="189">North of Sahara, regional</recipient-region>
Additionally, a region vocabulary can also be declared in this element
<recipient-region vocabulary="1" code="289">South of Sahara, regional</recipient-region>
Where used, the @percentage attribute is now designated as a decimal value and no longer as a positive Integer