Have Your Say on IATI
IATI is encouraging members, publishers, policy makers, civil society practitioners and the wider technical, open data and policy communities to contribute.
Take part in the consultation and share your views now on the consultation website.
What is IATI?
IATI is an open data standard for international development and humanitarian projects. Publishing project data online is mandatory for certain donors including the Department for International Development (DFID) of the UK Government and the Dutch government. Publishing project data online improves transparency and makes the results of projects accessible to the public and press.
IATI in numbers:
- 1,100,723 activities have been published to the IATI standard to date
- 923 different publishers have used or are using IATI to date
- 119 projects have been uploaded to IATI by the Scottish Government
- 25 of our 152 network members publish to IATI
- IATI emerged from the transparency principles agreed within the Paris Declaration in 2005
You can view our members’ profiles on the visualisation platform d-portal to find about their funding, activities and results: ActionAid, British Red Cross, CBM, Christian Aid, Christian Engineers in Development, EMMS International, Feed the Minds, IOD PARC, Islamic Relief, Link Community Development International, Mary’s Meals, Mercy Corps, Opportunity International, Oxfam Scotland, Save the Children, SCIAF, Sense Scotland, Tearfund, The HALO Trust, The Open University, UNICEF, VSO International, Water Witness International, WaterAid and WYG.