IATI has reached a total of 400 organisations reporting data on their development activities- marking groundbreaking progress on global aid transparency and effectiveness.
The growth in organisations publishing IATI data has rocketed by nearly 50% since 2013, with publishers based in 41 different countries.
Mama Cash, who fund activities advancing and defending the human rights of women worldwide, became the 400th organisation to report to the IATI Standard, joining a global, multi-stakeholder community of bilateral and multilateral donors, NGOs, foundations, private sector and Development Finance Institutions.
Since 2008, IATI has been making information about aid and development spending easier to access, use, and understand – increasing the accountability of aid and development actors and helping developing countries better plan their national priorities and budgets, using the timely, comprehensive and forward-looking data published in a common, open format using the IATI Standard.
Now, IATI looks forward to evolving in exciting new directions, with out latest Standard upgrade seeking to improve global humanitarian assistance reporting and enabling development actors to track their progress against delivering the new Sustainable Development Goals.