Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Open Aid Register for NGOs
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.


Saving this for later?

Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime - even offline.

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

Open Aid Register for NGOs


Published on

This is a presentation which shows why we have built Open Aid Register, what it actually does and how does it fit for aid related organizations.

This is a presentation which shows why we have built Open Aid Register, what it actually does and how does it fit for aid related organizations.

Published in: Technology, Business

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total Views
On Slideshare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

No notes for slide


  • 1. Ruth del Campo New York Law School @ruthdelcampo @OpenAidRegImproving with transparency
  • 2.
  • 3. _A super easy and effectivepublishing tool to help NGOs andorganizations being moretransparent @OpenAidReg
  • 4. _Development Cooperation @OpenAidReg
  • 5. ?There is no way to knowWHO is doingWHAT and WHERE @OpenAidReg
  • 6. www.makeaidtransparent.org2011 @OpenAidReg
  • 7. Transparency enables- Effectiveness- Better coordination- Improving planning- Informed decisions- More impact- More commitment @OpenAidReg
  • 8. Transparency in aid meansorganizationsshould share what they are doingtimely and consistent @OpenAidReg
  • 9. Publishing what you are doing in yourwebsite is not enoughuse of a common language-> IATI Standarduse license which enables reuse -> open data @OpenAidReg
  • 10. @OpenAidReg
  • 11. IATI - International Aid Transparency InitiativeIATI Standard is the common language for publishingaid projects.Every aid related stakeholder should start publish thisproject in this common standardUsing IATI benefits the society in full: countries, donors,citizens, NGOs, recipients, end users...Main aim of IATI: Publish once, use multiple times @OpenAidReg
  • 12. @OpenAidReg
  • 13. United Kingdom Australia Netherlands Spain Finland Sweden World bank UNOPS, UNDP European Union Indigo Trust Hewlett EWB Canada Oxfam GB Global Fund International HIV Spark Online Development Initiatives Publish What You Fund @OpenAidReg
  • 14. ...and many @OpenAidReg
  • 15.
  • 16. Open Aid RegisterSuper easy tool to publish aid projects/programs/activities in an effective wayIt enables to publish aid projects in IATIStandard very easily. It can be used byanybody. @OpenAidReg
  • 17. Open Aid RegisterIt converts data to IATI StandardIt publishes the data in the IATI RegistryIt enables other added value services:widget, visualizations...etc @OpenAidReg
  • 18. _Geolocate projectsAt village level @OpenAidReg
  • 19. Introducing data in OARTwo ways:Introduce manually the dataUpload a file with the data and OARservice imports the data for you @OpenAidReg
  • 20. Open Aid RegisterWho is best suit for OAR?Smaller and medium NGOs: use as finalend use (<40 projects/year)Bigger NGOs: use it as a prototype/testbed experience to identify how mucheffort it will require @OpenAidReg
  • 21. We are waiting you in Open AidRegister!Registering an account in OAR = 10 minutesRegistering an account in central IATI Registry = 15minutesEstimated time to introduce a new project = 15 minutes/proyect if you DIY or 5 min for all if you upload the file
  • 22. Benefits to start publishing IATIwith Open Aid Register :-)More impact in international arenaValue added for new proposalsPromoting transparency and accountabilityPersonalized consultancy for your specific needs0 Euro CostAssure IATI Compliant data @OpenAidReg
  • 23. ChallengesLearning curve with the Open Aid Register and IATIOpen Aid Register is a work in progressFace the fear to cultural change
  • 24. @OpenAidReg Muchas gracias! @ruthdelcampoA revolution doesn’t happen when society adaptsnew tools, it happens when society adapts newbehaviors - Clay Shirky