WHY YOU NEED IATI TRAINING AND HOW TO START
For many organisations, publishing in IATI is a prerequisite for funding, but they don’t know where to start. Data4Development has supported dozens of organisations, in the Netherlands and internationally, to take their first steps in understanding and working with IATI. We help them meet their donor obligations, but also move beyond that.
information IATI training
For any organisations required to publish in IATI by their donors but also for organisations willing to contribute to increase transparency and willing to improve their data.
At the end of the training you will:
- Understand the goal of IATI and what you can use IATI for;
- Understand the main concepts of an IATI publication and be able to work with it in practice;
- Have developed a structure of your publishing activities (units), to be used as a base for your IATI publication;
- Have made a practical plan on how to move your organisation forward with IATI after the training.
Data4Development develops and organises IATI publishing starter training both in house and on location upon request.
For more information, please contact us.
Are you ready to dive into the IATI world? Data4Development offers a FREE crash-course where you can learn step-by-step how to start publishing on IATI. You will discover training resources that can help you better understand:
- What the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is;
- How to start reporting in IATI;
- How D4D can help you in your journey towards better data management and transparency.
Publishing on IATI proved to be a very practical and efficient way when reporting for a project’s overall description, implementation and progress. In fact, we had experienced minor complications at first, but with the support of the team we managed to familiarize ourselves with the platform and successfully publish our project’s achievements.
Thus, the training was necessary and proved to be very useful as we are now well equipped when using IATI. Hopefully we can transform this experience to thereby use IATI as a reporting tool within our institutions.
Senior Program Manager, Abbad Mena