700 organisations have now published their spending to IATI, marking another milestone reached in transparency from the development and humanitarian community.
Since the first organisation (UK’s Department for International Development) began publishing in 2011, over one million activities have been reported to IATI’s data Standard by governments, multilaterals, NGOs, foundations, private sector and development finance institutions.
Graph’s getting steeper pic.twitter.com/fyPkByXxka
— Bill Anderson (@isiAfrica) April 26, 2018
The recent surge in publishers is partly due to the Belgium government requiring organisations who receive their funding to report their spending to IATI.
Search for IATI data on aid, humanitarian and development spending and activities by visiting IATI’s online tool d-portal.org.