The OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) collates and publishes data on aid flows from their 24 member countries and a number of international aid organisations.
AidData is a joint initiative of the Development Gateway, Brigham Young University and the College of William and Mary. They augment the data collected by the OECD DAC, to create a more comprehensive and accessible database on aid projects.
Publish What You Fund is the global campaign for aid transparency. While we are primarily a research organisation, supporting donors to become more transparent, Publish What You Fund is primarily an advocacy organisation. We work very closely together.
The Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative is a professional network of senior budget officials in African Ministries of Finance and Planning. CABRI’s main objective is to promote efficient and effective management of public finances. This fosters economic growth and enhances service delivery to improve the living standards of Africans.
The International Budget Partnership collaborates with civil society around the world. They analyse and influence public budgets to reduce poverty and improve the quality of governance. We work together on the IBP’s Open Budget Initiative.
Transparency International is a global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption.
The Transparency and Accountability Initiative is a donor collaborative that includes the Ford Foundation, Hivos, the International Budget Partnership, the Omidyar Network, the Open Society Institute, the Revenue Watch Institute, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Debt Relief International and Development Finance International is a non-profit capacity-building, advocacy, advisory and research group that works with more than 50 governments and international organisations worldwide.
Access-info Europe is a human rights organisation dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to information in Europe. Globally, it works to defend civil liberties and human rights, to facilitate public participation in decision-making and to hold governments to account.
OpenAid is a German non-governmental, non-profit organisation promoting aid transparency, government accountability and citizen participation in development cooperation. It uses modern ICT4D, raises public awareness and networks on a political level.
Aid Watch is a project of New York University’s Development Research Institute (DRI). This blog is principally written by William Easterly, a Professor of Economics at NYU. It is based on the idea that more people watching aid means that more aid reaches the poor.