Welcome to the
Aid Observatorio.

Welcome to the
Aid Observatorio

What is the CSO Aid Observatorio?

The Aid Observatorio is a CSO-initiated and maintained database of development projects funded through the Official Development Assistance (ODA) or funded by International Finance Institutions (IFIs).

It offers on-ground narratives and evidence-based analyses of development projects in fragile nations and developing countries.

The impacts of the projects are monitored and evaluated in terms of Development Effectiveness Principles and of the following areas: human rights, democracy, peace and security, and environment or climate.

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What is the CSO Aid Observatorio?

The Aid Observatorio is a CSO-initiated and maintained database of development projects funded through the Official Development Assistance (ODA) or funded by International Finance Institutions (IFIs).

It offers on-ground narratives and evidence-based analyses of development projects in fragile nations and developing countries.

The impacts of the projects are monitored and evaluated in terms of Development Effectiveness Principles, South-South Cooperation Principles and of the following areas: human rights, democracy, peace and security, and environment or climate.

Why did we set up the CSO Aid Observatorio?

The Aid Observatorio is a monitoring tool and repository of evidence-based knowledge products analyzing emerging issues on development cooperation.

Learn more about development cooperation

CSOs find our Handbook useful for implementing advocacy activities, engaging in policy dialogues, and conducting people's research.

Explore data and insights from the ground

These are quick facts and bite-sized information on the management of aid and the impacts of development projects in affected communities.

Read our latest research

These are evidence-based publications that CSOs can use in their own policy and advocacy engagements and references in research initiatives.

After initial plans to transform the Merauke Regency into the national “rice basket” failed, district head Johannes Gluba-Gebze and President Yudhoyono were quick to steer the crisis to Indonesia’s advantage under the vision of “feeding the world”. Read more.

In 2012, the New Centennial Water Source (NCWS) – Kaliwa Dam Project was introduced by the Philippine government as part of its Infrastructure Development Plan. Read more.

Why did we set up the CSO Aid Observatorio?

The Aid Observatorio is a monitoring tool and repository of evidence-based knowledge products analyzing emerging issues on development cooperation.

Explore data and insights from the ground

These are quick facts and bite-sized information on the management of aid and the impacts of development projects in affected communities.

Read our latest research

These are evidence-based publications that CSOs can use in their own policy and advocacy engagements and references in research initiatives.

Learn more about development cooperation

CSOs find our Handbook useful for implementing advocacy activities, engaging in policy dialogues, and conducting people's research.

After initial plans to transform the Merauke Regency into the national “rice basket” failed, district head Johannes Gluba-Gebze and SBY were quick to steer the crisis to Indonesia’s advantage under the vision of “feeding the world. Read more.

In 2012, the New Centennial Water Source (NCWS) – Kaliwa Dam Project was introduced by the Philippine government as part of its Infrastructure Development Plan. Read more.

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