The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to improve the transparency of aid, development, and humanitarian resources in order to increase their effectiveness in tackling poverty. 900 organisations from over 50 countries are engaged with IATI, either as members of the initiative or as users of the IATI data standard.
NRC, also as part of its Grand Bargain commitments (i.e., Workstream 1 Greater Transparency) is fully compliant with the requirements of two institutional donors; DFID and the Netherlands and reports manually on IATI every quarter for accountability to our beneficiaries and stakeholders and contributing to effectiveness in humanitarian operations.
For further information on NRC's activities funded by DFID or the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, please go to NRC on the D-portal.
NRC publish information about some of our projects to the IATI Data Registry. The project data information is available in the IATI registry in XML format in line with the IATI standards.
View NRC data at the IATI Registry.
Read more about the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)
NRC Briefing Note: “Grand Bargain: where do we stand and how is NRC engaging in this process?” (April, 2018)
“How to use the IATI Standard: Publication Guidelines for Partners, Contractors and Suppliers of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs” (January, 2015)