Further to IATI’s update on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, new guidance is available on publishing IATI data on COVID-19. Organisations who are involved in the international effort to address the COVID-19 pandemic are strongly encouraged to publish data on all their spending and activities.
By publishing timely and comprehensive data, you will be providing partners across the globe with better information to plan, coordinate and evaluate the response to the pandemic.
Read Guidance: Publishing data on COVID-19 using the IATI Standard
Organisations who are involved in the international effort to address the COVID-19 pandemic are strongly encouraged to publish data on all their spending and activities.
The IATI Secretariat has written this guidance to align with other major partners' reporting on the pandemic. IATI has been in contact with the World Health Organisation, UN OCHA Financial Tracking Service and the Humanitarian Data Exchange to collaborate on producing the guidance.
Sign-up to webinar on publishing COVID-19 data - Tuesday 7 April, 3:30pm UK time
IATI’s Technical Team will be delivering a webinar to discuss the new guidance and take any questions on how to publish data on COVID-19 using the IATI Standard. Please register and send your questions or comments to the IATI Technical Team in advance: [email protected].
Watch the COVID-19 webinar
Publish both humanitarian and development activities
Organisations are strongly encouraged to publish data on all their spending and activities. This includes activities associated with managing a humanitarian emergency for example, a UN agency launching an international appeal to fund their response or an NGO delivering increased medical and food supplies. The response also includes longer-term development activities, for example, a donor providing additional funding for debt relief to developing countries affected.
If you have any specific questions on publishing activities related to COVID-19, please do get in touch by emailing the IATI Helpdesk ([email protected]). International development and humanitarian actors not already registered to publish IATI data are encouraged to contact IATI’s Technical Team for support on getting set up to publish data on COVID-19 to IATI.