[open-development] Event: 2015 U.S. Aid Transparency Review launch

Nick Winnett nicholas.winnett at publishwhatyoufund.org
Fri Jun 26 13:12:13 UTC 2015

Dear colleagues,

**Apologies for cross-posting**

On July 1st we will present the Publish What You Fund 2015 U.S. Aid
Transparency Review. The details are included below. If you’d like to
attend please RSVP directly to me.

Best wishes,


Publish What You Fund will present the 2015 U.S. Aid Transparency Review
on July 1st 2015.

1825 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, DC 20009

Wednesday July 1, 2015
10:30 am- noon.
Followed by a light lunch.

*RSVP by June 24th*
Email Nicholas Winnett
<nicholas.winnett at publishwhatyoufund.org?subject=RSVP%20-%20U.S.%20Aid%20Transparency%20Review%20>


Mr. Emmanuel Abdulai, Executive Director, Society for Democratic Initiatives

Ms. Angelique Crumbly, Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Management, USAID

Mr. Larry McDonald, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Technical Assistance
Policy, Department of the Treasury

Mr. Hari Sastry, Director, Office of U.S. Foreign Assistance
Resources, State Department

Ms. Beth Tritter, Vice President, Department of Policy and Evaluation,
Millennium Challenge Corporation


Mr. Paul O’Brien, Vice President for Policy & Campaigns, Oxfam America

*Presenting the 2015 Review findings*

Mr. Rupert Simons, CEO, Publish What You Fund

This mid-year Review is aimed at ensuring that transparency commitments are
not just political statements, but lead to action.

The panel will discuss the progress made on aid transparency and also
include specific recommendations to meet the Busan deadline, where donors
committed to fully publish their aid to a timely and comparable standard –
the International Aid Transparency Initiative – by the end of 2015.

Oxfam America and the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) have
kindly contributed to this report.

To attend this event, RSVP by June 24th to Nicholas Winnett
nicholas.winnett at publishwhatyoufund.org

Take part in the discussion online via #Roadto2015 & @aidtransparency
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