Making information about aid spending easier to access, use and understand:
- Publish financial flows, results information, budgets, timelines, project descriptions and documentation, activity and sector codes and geographic data.
- Designed by developing country governments, donors, NGOs and aid information experts for timely publishing of open, comparable and reusable data.
- Electronic standards, schemas, codelists, developer and user documentation, international community of support.
Want to know more about IATI?
IATI consists of a set of aid information standards; an online registry of published data; and a governance and advocacy process that builds the case for transparency across the aid sector.
- Questions about IATI? Try the Knowledge Base.
Want to publish IATI data?
IATI is designed for the aid sector: many governments, donors, NGOs, philanthropic foundations and private organisations are already using IATI or are committed to doing so. This site contains relevant guidance and resources for publishing IATI data.
- An overview of the IATI standard
- The IATI Implementation Guide
- An introduction to the IATI registry for publishers
Want to use IATI data?
IATI is a flexible, machine-readable XML format designed to meet the needs of donors, policy makers, researchers, infomediaries, aid recipients and anybody wanting to innovate with data. This site contains examples and documentation for using IATI data and information on how to find it.