Those involved in aid programmes are able to better track what aid is being used for and what it is achieving. This stretches from taxpayers in donor countries, to those in developing countries who benefit from aid.

Improving transparency also helps governments in developing countries manage aid more effectively. This means that each dollar will go as far as possible towards fighting poverty.

IATI data in XML format are listed below for each Gavi country. Gavi’s Transparency Implementation Schedule

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