International Aid Transparency Initiative
ARTICLE 19 is committed to promoting transparency through its work and its practices. Our Freedom of Information Policy shows how we make information available on request and has been in place since April 2007.
We are currently working towards full compliance to the transparency standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). IATI is a global initiative. Its ambition is to make information about how aid money is spent easy to find, use and understand. Our aim is to be fully compliant with these standards by publishing information on all our projects by the end of March 2013.
ARTICLE 19 is starting by publishing information on the funding we receive from the Department of International Development (DFID) under its Civil Society Development Partnership Programme. Our partnership agreement with DFID, (often referred to as a PPA), is set out in the Memorandum of Understanding and the logframe which we are publishing at the same time as our financial data. This programme is running from April 2011 to March 2013. You will find what DFID publishes on our PPA here.
The information we are now publishing relates to our global work. We are using Google Docs to show what this data means and to make the data more accessible. The Google document includes the project ID, project title, short description of the project, project start and end date, region and disbursement in 2012/13.
We are publishing the same set of data on the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) registry in CSV format as required by IATI standards. This is a common data format which allows people who want to use the data users to compare across different organizations working in the same sector.
Download the CSV file here >
Since information in CSV format contains raw data and may not be accessible by all, you can see the information in this Google document >.
Over the coming months, we plan to publish more information more regularly and will assess the quality of the data published in an effort to be as transparent as possible. However, to protect our staff from threats to their security, and in line with our Freedom of Information policy, we are omitting data on some projects.
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