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A look on the evolving trends in the cooperation and development field.
International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), a project launched in 2008 in Ghana.

The importance in sharing information and data, in line with the ideals that accompany the Open Source movement, has been extended to cover several fields of human activity. Among them, significantly, the cooperation and development sector. In 2008, in Ghana, has been started the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). It's a project involving multiple stakeholders (like States, civil society organizations, experts in relevant fields) with the aim of improving transparency in the management of humanitarian aid and cooperation processes.
We are attaching here some links to let you explore the topic.


About IATI:

About International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

The underpinning idea is to define common standards for data analysis:

Key considerations, publishing data with the IATI Standard

Some problematic moments have emerged over time, because of the difficulty for sector operators to correctly use and interpret this encoding standards. Focused initiatives, specifically to overcome this problem, are underway:

d-portal, helping you understand development data

Could this be the best practice to manage in a performative and open way cooperation and development processes?

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An interesting article about the topic:

Aid transparency, from Publish What You Fund