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This presentation shows Open Aid Register openaidregister.org a way of publishing aid project data super easy and effective. It also explain the reasons why we are building it

This presentation shows Open Aid Register openaidregister.org a way of publishing aid project data super easy and effective. It also explain the reasons why we are building it

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  • 1. Ruth del Campo New York Law School @ruthdelcampo @OpenAidReg Why aid data needs aid ?Thursday, October 20, 11
  • 2. @OpenAidRegwww.openaidregister.orgThursday, October 20, 11
  • 3. _A super easy and effective publishing tool for NGOs @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 4. _Development Cooperation @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 5. big numbers* of aid 1 billion of people (donors) 6 billion of people (recipients) 500.000 programs (aid projects) 150 billion € spent every year 70% is PUBLIC MONEY @OpenAidReg * These numbers are rough estimations and should be considered as orders of magnitudeThursday, October 20, 11
  • 6. http://horn.wfp.org/main.html @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 7. _Why? @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 8. @OpenAidReg http://www.transparency.org/Thursday, October 20, 11
  • 9. Donor Governments Multilateral NGOs Private Donors Recipient Governments NGOs Public services Local NGOs Local services Affected population Simplified graphic of aid flows @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 10. _ 3 Conflict of interest @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 11. _ 4 Lack of coordination @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 12. ? There is no way to know WHO is doing WHAT and WHERE @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 13. www.makeaidtransparent.org @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 14. @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 15. United Kingdom Australia Netherlands World bank European Union UNOPS @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 16. NGOs @OpenAidReg http://www.flickr.com/photos/48415001@N03/4435284493/in/photostreamThursday, October 20, 11
  • 17. _ Duplicating programs Two countries funding the same thing NGOs working on the same field on the same place @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 18. _Not reaching people in need Places where no aid is being delivered @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 19. ....if we had NGO Data... _Outcomes @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 20. _Aid Effectiveness Aid flows traceability From origin to destination Detecting fraud cases @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 21. _NGO coordination Resources sharing @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 22. _Easy search @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 23. _Why not? @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 24. _Lack of awareness Why do we need to share information? @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 25. _Lack of common language @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 26. _Lack of capacity No resources to expend @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 27. _Political reasons Least important @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 28. @OpenAidRegwww.openaidregister.orgThursday, October 20, 11
  • 29. _Main Features Open Source and Open Data Uses IATI Standard @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 30. @OpenAidReg www.openaidregister.orgThursday, October 20, 11
  • 31. _Collecting Basic Data Description Sectors Dates Locations Classification Outcomes Budget Contact Info Involved orgs @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 32. @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 33. www.iatiregistry.org @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 34. @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 35. _Geolocate projects At village level @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 36. www.cartodb.com @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 37. www.openaidregister.org @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 38. _Next steps @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 39. _Future milestones Publish automatically from a file Crowdsourcing aid information @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 40. _Help needed Developers, designers Journalists, advocates, NGOs, countries @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 41. Why aid data needs aid ? Thanks! @ruthdelcampo @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 42. _Questions? @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11
  • 43. _Questions How do you think we should continue working? Do you think our milestones are on the right way? What else are we missing? What kind of feedback mechanisms do you think could better work? @OpenAidRegThursday, October 20, 11