Welcome to the Open.AidData toolkit - a set of tools and resources for sharing, using, and interpreting aid information
Allows a wide range of users to assess where aid goes and what impact it has. Access the African Development Bank and World Bank latest datasets.
The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is a global initiative to make aid information more accessible and useful.
Mapping for Results is a partnership between AidData and the World Bank to show the precise locations where aid flows are directed.
OECD Creditor Reporting System: The official source of statistics on aid flows from the members of the OECD's Development Assistance Committee; also includes information from some multilateral banks and UN agencies.
IATI Registry: A directory of publicly available information on donors' development aid flows and projects in the standard IATI format.
AidData Raw: A repository of unvetted development finance datasets from a range of donor sources
Development Loop: An interactive tool to explore the locations of a subset of World Bank and African Development Bank projects, overlaid with development indicators and success stories from GlobalGiving.
Foreignassistance.gov: Charts, graphs, and maps displaying United States foreign aid allocation by year, recipient country, type of aid, and other indicators.
Aidflows: A tool created by the World Bank and the OECD-DAC to visualize how much development aid is provided and received around the world, as well as data on development indicators by country.
African Development Bank Map: Interactive map showing the precise locations of the African Development Bank’s ongoing operations in Cameroon, Morocco, and Tanzania.
World Bank Finances: Explore raw data about the World Bank's finances. See data at the country, agency, or loan level; or aggregate it based on your criteria - slice and dice datasets; visualize data; share it; comment on others' work; or take data home on a mobile app.
The Open.AidData site provides links to resources for aid donors, who want to make information on their activities more accessible, and for consumers of aid information who want to know more about finding and interpreting aid information. The toolkit currently includes a methodology for geocoding aid activities at the subnational level, the data standard developed by the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) and other related informational links. Please stay tuned for more links and tools to come and send comments and suggestions for new resources to firstname.lastname@example.org.