In this interview with Publish What You Fund, Silvia Poggioli, Country Director of AIFO-Liberia and Chairperson of the Alliance on Disability shares her experience using International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) data to find out which donors currently support, or have previously supported work with the disability movement in Liberia. More specifically, she wanted to know if the donor community in Liberia has an interest in disability issues, which NGOs have been funded to carry out work on disability and if there are particular thematic or geographical areas that have been supported.

Please follow this link to read more on the article titled: Does Noisy Data Put IATI Users Off?  to find out more about Silvia’s encounter with the  International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) data.

Publish What You Fund is a not for profit organisation that campaigns for aid-transparency, availability and usefulness. Publish What You Fund urges development partners to disclose their aid information regularly and promptly, and in a standardised format that will be comparable with other countries and accessible to all. They support the greater disclosure of aid information in line with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI).