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Development Initiatives is working with the Grand Bargain Transparency Workstream co-conveners the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the World Bank Group to support signatories in implementing and monitoring their commitments to greater transparency. They have now published Progress report 1: Supporting Grand Bargain signatories in meeting commitments to greater transparency, which provides an update on progress and offers recommendations for further action by the Grand Bargain transparency workstream and the wider humanitarian community.
Open, standardised and timely data on humanitarian funding underpins the transparency commitments and is potentially transformative.
This report assesses the situation one year on from the Summit. Its purpose is to set a baseline for the extent to which Grand Bargain signatories are publishing their humanitarian data to IATI, against which future progress can be measured. The report proposes a framework and methodology for measuring the quality of humanitarian data published to IATI and uses IATI data published in a bespoke dashboard1 to enable organisations to monitor their own progress against this commitment. The dashboard is publicly available and is currently in beta version.