Vision Aid Overseas is committed to being transparent in its work and accountable to key stakeholders, in particular to the communities we work with.

Transparency is key to greater effectiveness and accountability, enabling us to demonstrate how effective our work is and how we constantly learn and improve on practice and performance.

 

The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make information about aid spending easier to find, use and compare so that all stakeholders involved in aid programmes are better able to track what aid is being used and what it is achieving, from funders, supporters, the public and partners to the beneficiaries of that aid. Improving transparency also helps governments in developing countries manage aid more effectively. This means that each pound will go as far as possible towards fighting poverty.

Vision Aid Overseas is currently working towards full compliance to the transparency standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). Currently available data in XML format relates to our DFID funded project in the southern Ethiopia, but further project data will be available in the coming months.

Reports

  • Improving the livelihoods of people in five districts of Ethiopia by increasing access to primary eye care, spectacles and treatment for eye diseases (Vision Aid Overseas GPAF Project)- Download

  • GPAF Project (GPAF-IMP-094) Annual Report Year 1 - Download

  • GPAF Project (GPAF-IMP-094) Annual Report Year 2- Download