Friends of Publish What You Fund

For The Global Campaign For Aid Transparency

Overview
Friends of Publish What You Fund seeks to foster greater openness and accountability in international development. In collaboration with Publish What You Fund, a UK-based public charity and other partners, Friends undertakes research and targeted advocacy to promote aid transparency in donor and recipient countries. Prior advocacy and technical support by Friends and partners has resulted in increased publication of aid data by donors. With this grant, Friends will advance three objectives: increase the visibility of aid data in partner countries; improve data quality; and promote use of aid data for budget planning and civic engagement in partner countries.
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for the global campaign for aid transparency  
Friends of Publish What You Fund seeks to foster greater openness and accountability in international development. In collaboration with Publish What You Fund, a UK-based public charity and other partners, Friends undertakes research and targeted advocacy to promote aid transparency in donor and recipient countries. Prior advocacy and technical support by Friends and partners has resulted in increased publication of aid data by donors. With this grant, Friends will advance three objectives: increase the visibility of aid data in partner countries; improve data quality; and promote use of aid data for budget planning and civic engagement in partner countries.
for general operating support  
Friends of Publish What You Fund advocates for transparency and accountability for foreign assistance, with a special focus on the United States. During the grant period, the organization will focus on three outcomes: (1) ensuring that the U.S. makes significant progress in improving the visibility, quality and use of its data by the end of the current presidential administration; (2) compiling lessons learned from the past 8-10 years on transparency and accountability that can inform the next set of policy makers; and (3) providing recommendations for an ambitious transparency agenda for the next Administration.

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