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An open data revolution, but what's next?

An open data revolution has taken place in the aid transparency world in the past two years, but the story doesn't end there. Today's guest bloggers, Roy Trivedy and Mike Battcock from...

Oxfam provides emergency relief for people in Uttarakhand, India, who have been displaced by heavy flooding in July 2013.

As easy as 1,2,3? Lessons from publishing to the IATI standard

How does aid money get spent? The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is a data standard designed to make this question easier to answer. Here, Alison Peacock shares her lessons of making...

Alice collecting some of her ground nut crop, Copperbelt, Zambia (2006). © Emma Walsh/Oxfam

Keeping aid promises – Busan in a nutshell

Gregory Adam's, Director of Aid Effectiveness at Oxfam America introduces Oxfam's new Briefing Busan in a Nutshell: What next for the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation? ...

A lady carries away her food rations at Oxfam feeding programme in Mbare, Harare, Zimbabwe. Credit: Robin Hammond/Oxfam

Transparency take 2 – Oxfam publishes its second batch of IATI-compliant data

As Oxfam GB publishes its second batch of IATI-compliant data, Paul Clough explains our motivation for signing up to the transparency initiative. ...

Oxfam water in Nowshera, following the 2010 Pakistan floods. Credit: Rebecca Wynn/Oxfam

Why data transparency matters in the countdown to Busan

Ahead of the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan, Oxfam has become one of the first INGOs to publish our data to IATI, the International Aid Transparency Initiative standard. Paul...