The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is a global initiative—comprised of a broad coalition of bilateral, multilateral, and private donor organizations, as well as countries that receive aid—to make aid information more accessible and useful. The IATI data standard, the emerging international standard for reporting aid information, is designed to allow aid donors to organize information on their activities in a streamlined, comparable format with three components: 1) the Activity Standard; 2) the Organisation Standard; and 3) the IATI Codelists.
More than 20 donors have signed up to IATI, which means that they have committed to publishing their information in IATI format to the IATI central registry.
A subset of key fields in the main AidData database can be exported in IATI format. AidData is continuing to work with the IATI team and individual donors and data providers to improve the quality and comprehensiveness of the export. To help users interested in browsing IATI-formatted information, AidData is also developing a feed to consolidate data published to the IATI registry and re-publish it in AidData Raw. Check back soon for this feature.
The following IATI signatories have published data in IATI format through the IATI registry: