Development Monitor

Justin Moore

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Development Monitor allows users to monitor interactions with developing countries. The website:

  • Provides data on key bilateral financial flows between the UK and individual developing countries;
  • Shows why better information can benefit the UK as well as the countries it is trying to help.

The project aims to promote greater accountability for the UK’s interactions with developing countries, starting with monitoring bilateral financial flows. It is also looking to promote a wider remit for official bodies that currently scrutinise aid spending, so that they look at all interactions, not just aid.

Resource type: website

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