The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is inviting bids under the IATI Data Use Fund managed by UNDP on behalf of IATI’s Data Use Working Group, to design a virtual training programme for national-level CSOs on how to use IATI data.
To date, more than one million development and humanitarian activities have been published to IATI by over 1200 organisations. The Data Use Fund was established as part of broader efforts to increase the systematic use of IATI data.
The virtual training course will have three main aims:
- To introduce members of civil society in developing countries to the conversation around transparency of development cooperation resources, including through an overview of national and global sources for development cooperation data.
- To familiarise members of civil society in developing countries with IATI, what types of IATI data are available, how they can access and use it, and for what purposes it can be used.
- To familiarise members of civil society in developing countries with IATI’s data access tools and provide a basic understanding of how to access, analyse, interpret and understand the data for their own needs, including finding data with local relevance.
Request for Proposals (RFP)
Please use the following link to access the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design of virtual training for civil society organisations and national-level actors in partner countries on how to access, understand and use IATI data.
Deadline to submit a bid is Friday 17 May (deadline extended)
Interested bidders may submit proposals using the UNOPS eSourcing System via the UN Global Marketplace (UNGM) portal, where all necessary documentation and guidance can be found.
For any questions, please contact Anna Whitson (IATI Secretariat) at: [email protected].