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Accountability and transparency

Afzal Ali (18), Climate Group Youth Welfare Association leader, with one of the members of his group. (Credit: Khaula Jamil/Oxfam Novib)

As a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty, Oxfam is committed to being transparent in its work and accountable to its key stakeholders, in particular people living in poverty. We share information with people living in poverty, partner organisations, and the general public, and we are accountable to our staff, volunteers, supporters, donors, suppliers and host governments. The information we publish and how we respond to requests for information are important aspects of accountability.


ATLAS is the Oxfam project browser. This provides an online application that gives access to Oxfam's ongoing projects published to the IATI registry. Atlas provides public access to the database of projects. Atlas is work in progress, providing information our overall work as well as affiliate projects from Oxfam GB and Oxfam Novib. In the future we aim to include all of our work from across the Oxfam confederation. hope to be able to add projects of other Oxfams too. Step by step, we are working on our aspiration for everyone to be able to see our work around the world.

ATLAS allows you to extensively search and download project information. New advanced search options help you to narrow your selection and find what you are looking for. 

Explore ATLAS to find more information about our projects. 


Oxfam publishes data compliant to the transparency standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). IATI is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative, bringing together developing countries, providers of development cooperation, civil society organisations and independent experts. The IATI initiative was created to enhance aid effectiveness and efficiency by better sharing information, allow all actors to make better informed decisions.

At the centre of IATI is a Standard - a format and framework for publishing data on development cooperation activities. IATI also provides a single point of access for data published in the IATI format, called the Registry. Oxfam joined IATI to make information about our activities, spending and achievements easier to access, use and understand.  

While transparency is important if we are to remain accountable, our work also requires a rigorous data protection. Oxfam works in fragile states and countries at war. In these contexts, it is our responsibility to safeguard the protection of our staff, partners and volunteers. Oxfam's commitment to transparency is outlined in our Open Information policy.

For more information, see an explanation of our data set

Data links

Download the raw project data from IATI or via Excel

The following applications allow you to make visualisations using data from the registry:

Links of other Open data or IATI data portals: