Information about IATI can be found on a number of linked websites:
AidTransparency.net provides an overview of the International Aid Transparency Initiative and how IATI has been working with aid donors, partner countries, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and other stakeholders to improve access to information on aid flows and activities. On AidTransparency.net you can find out more about the IATI process, implementation schedules from partners, how to get involved, and detailed FAQs about IATI.
IATIStandard.org presents details on the IATI open data standard that donors can use to publish detailed and timely data on their aid activities, and that infomediaries can use to build powerful information sharing platforms and tools. You can read the technical details of the standard that will help you to publish your own data using it, or that will help developers to use data published in the standard, at IATIStandard.org. The IATI Standard websites also includes a support service and Knowledge Base, with shared learning on creating, accessing, visualising and analysing IATI standard data. The knowledge base is also hosts discussion on proposed updates and amendments to the standard.
The IATI Registry maintains a directory of data published using the IATI open data standard. You can use it to find raw data files on aid activities from big donors, small NGOs, and third-party data providers, such as research projects. The registry keeps a comprehensive list of available raw data, and making this available for other applications and tools to use. You can find the registry at http://www.iatiregistry.net
Across the web: A growing eco-system of tools and services
The open and structured raw data available from the IATI registry provides a foundation for others to build upon. However, most users will encounter IATI through the wider eco-system of tools and services. On the IATI Registry ‘Using Data Page‘ you can find details of a number of the products already available that will help you to access and visualise collections of IATI data, and the website AidInfoLabs.org documents some of the prototypes and products becoming available month-by-month.