IATI Guided Implementation Quarter 2 – September 6th 2021
Webinar in which we look back on the first IATI publication, and add new information to the published activities.
Zoom link is in the Netherlands Corner. Please make sure you have joined the Netherlands Corner, because all updates will be shared there. Please note we will give the remaining webinars only once, so you can’t pick between morning and afternoon sessions!
Your work after this webinar
Your reading for this quarter:
a. Read article ‘financial transactions’ (to be added as soon as possible)
b. Read Technical Tip ‘Don’t segment your files’
c. If you missed it, watch the recording of the webinar in the Netherlands Corner on IATI Connect (only accessible if you are logged in)
d. If you want, you can download the Powerpoint of the webinar here.
Check here for the to-do list from last webinar (Quarter 1). If you haven’t done any of these, please do them as soon as possible.
Things to add to your activities in this quarter:
a. Incoming funds
b. Outgoing commitments (if you have implementing partners)
c. Disbursements (if you have implementing partners)
Make sure you refer to the relevant partners correctly in all of the above transactions.
e. Aid type
f. Flow type
g. Finance type
h. Tied status
i. Policy markers (from the OECD DAC list)
j. Links to relevant documents
After you have added these:
- Check the list if you haven’t missed anything.
- Add a comment to this discussion on the Netherlands Corner and mention the activity ID(s) of the activity you want us to check. Please don’t email us instead, it is much easier for us to keep everything in one place.
Your deadline: 6 December. If you’re late, just do it when you can, but we can’t guarantee that we will be able to check your data before the next webinar, so you run the risk of falling behind. This deadline is possibly the most important one, because getting this part right means the rest of the work is much easier.
Our deadline: 10 January. We will have checked everything that was done before December 6th, and hopefully as many of the ones that came in late, as well. The earlier you are done, the better your chances that you will be able to fix any mistakes on time before the next webinar.