Our results in IATI

Datum: 11 April 2017

Working with results in IATI: learning by sharing


Date &Time: 11th of April 2017, 13-17 hrs

Location: Amsterdam Art Center, Donauweg 23, 1043 AJ Amsterdam 


Partos organizes together with Data4Development a learning event to share and discuss best practices of working with results in IATI. In this afternoon meeting we strive to answer the following questions together with you:


What do the IATI results data tell us?

  • about the results of individual organisations
  • about the results of organisations in partnerships
  • about the results in the development chain


How do we meaningfully publish our results in IATI?

  • How can the IATI standard be used for results reporting?
  • What solutions have organisations found to make IATI data useful for themselves?


For whom: Program Managers, M&E managers (involved in IATI Results Reporting)


Participation is free for Partos-members. Non-members are requested to pay €100.


As a member of Partos, you can log in with your email address. (First register here if you do not have an account yet) Once logged in you will see below the yellow sign up button. 


Non-members send an email to info@remove-this.partos.nl, Partos will send an invoice.



13.00                                Coffee & registration

13:15                                Welcome

  •  What is the purpose? In which context? Who is present today?

13:25                                Report back from TAG meeting: results in IATI (Rolf)

13:35                                Pitching four cases (5 minutes each):

  • Various experiences with results reporting:
  1. In organisations: what kind of indicator set do you need for meaningful IATI reporting? Choices to be made. 
  2. In alliances: who publishes what and where? 
  3. In organisations: how can you aggregate results in IATI? 
  4. In context: enriching (IATI and open) data for different organisational purposes 
  5. As reporting mechanism

14:15                               Showroom:

  • Bring your (data) visualisations and showcase your results. 
  • Walk around & network, ask face to face questions. 


15:00                               Break

15:15                               World cafe sessions:

  • On basis of the cases, find answers to what works, what has to be changed and what are risks or blockages? 

16:15                              Report back:

  • Collect the answers from the World cafe sessions with the help of a data collection tool. 

16:30                              What’s next?

  • Wrap up & way forward

17:00                             Drinks