Friends of Publish What You Fund
Friends of Publish What You Fund was established in May 2015 with the objective of promoting better foreign assistance outcomes by improving access to timely and relevant information.
2020 Aid Transparency Index - The Aid Transparency Index is the only independent measure of aid transparency among the world’s major development agencies. In 2020 it assessed 47 agencies. It is researched and produced by Publish What You Fund.
Publish What You Fund - is the global campaign for aid transparency, working for more and better information about aid.
2020 U.S. Aid Transparency Review
This is the seventh time that Publish What You Fund has assessed US progress on aid transparency. Since the U.S. commitment to joining the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) in 2011, the Aid Transparency Index has been tracking the quality of the publication of U.S. aid information by four US agencies and one initiative. Click here to download a copy.
How Can Data Revolutionize Development?
Featuring data from surveys and in-depth interviews with 52 key stakeholders in the U.S. government and civil society, this report is an evaluation of aid transparency over the past decade. It recognizes the progress the U.S. has made, including political commitments from both the Bush and Obama administrations to aid transparency. Click here to download a copy.
The Data Revolution and U.S. Global Development: Transparency and Accountability in U.S. Foreign Assistance
This report provides clear recommendations to the next Administration, calling for them to implement the U.S. commitment to publish humanitarian aid data, invest in gender equality through publication of robust gender data, and improve U.S. aid transparency for stronger U.S. global development Click here to download a copy.
The International Aid Transparency Initiative is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to improve the transparency of aid, development, and humanitarian resources in order to increase their effectiveness in tackling poverty.