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20140128 iati-tag-cso 20140128 iati-tag-cso Presentation Transcript

  • IATI in The Netherlands January 2014
  • Partos IATI programme 2 years, funded by MFA – Mid 2013 - mid 2015 Knowledge at board level – Importance of IATI for MFA, Partos and internationally Implementation – Commitment, plan, published data
  • Two “batches” Forming, storming, norming, performing – First 25 NGOs started October – Series of workshops – Peer groups Partos provides: – Help desk, coordination – Access to a pool of expertise Goal: embed “open” in the organisation
  • Workshops Kick-off Forming → Storming Data mapping Opening your organisation Storming → Norming AidStream / Spreadsheet / Pluriform / …? IATI for Financials; IATI for …? Using the data Close-off
  • Why start with IATI? Communication Cordaid Oxfam Novib Internal management MinBuza SPARK Transparancy Hivos External requirement
  • Hivos
  • Oxfam Novib
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Cordaid
  • Cordaid Data Journey
  • The untold story of Afghanistan
  • Insight in Congo
  • Insight in Congo
  • The bigger picture in IATI
  • Experiences It's about organisational change – Start from use cases and benefits – Integrate in workflows and systems – Drives quality improvements Questions of NGOs – Cost, privacy and security, will it be mandatory? IATI standard and fields not really an issue, but: – But better documentation and guidelines needed (e.g. which organisation is the funder?) – And better quality data (e.g. identifiers)
  • Pilot: Sharing results in IATI Early stage – Conversation with stakeholders – Exploring needs and benefits Practice: Sharing within one consortium – Adding more identifiers to enable linking – Working with existing tools and indicators Research: Replacing reporting requirements – Current reporting not “actionable” – How to include useful indicators – How to offer freedom in choosing indicators