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Within the IATI activity standard several types of dates can be specified.
Dates that relate directly to the
activity-date- the planned and actual start/end dates of the
transaction-date- the date a specific
value-date- the specific date for the
transaction, which is used for currency conversion purposes.
period-enddates are used to describe a period of time in a
Additionally, a time-sensitive (non-date) declaration works in conjunction with the
activity-status- a numeric code to declare current stage of the
When using the IATI activity standard to declare dates, the following should be considered:
Date format for
value-datemust be in ISO 8601 (YYYY-MM-DD), eg: 2014-03-21
Date format for
last-updated-datetimemust use ISO 8601 date format, e.g. “2014-03-21T18:45:00+01:00”.
A start and end date must be provided - if exact dates are not known then start planned or end planned should be used
Any start date should be before the end date, or the same
All dates can be updated at any point
activity-datecan have four types:
start-planned - the forecast start date for the
iati-activity(e.g. if the
iati-activityis in the pipeline stage or the date of the first disbursement is not known).
start-actual - the actual start date for the
iati-activity(e.g. the date of the first disbursement).
end-planned - the forecast end date for the
end-actual (code 4)- the actual end date for the
iati-activity(End dates should, wherever possible, reflect the ending of physical activity.).
activity-statusrepresents the latest stage for the activity. It can be updated at any time.
ActivityStatuscodes 3, 4 or 5 then it is recommended that an
end-actualdate is added.
ActivityStatuscode 6 indicates a temporary suspension of an activity. In this state an activity is assumed not to be
current, but future, forward-looking budgets are still assumed to be applicable.