Explore more of what individual TAI donors fund under our Members section and through the databases of Ford Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, Omidyar Network, and the Development Tracker of the UK Department for International Development.
TAI members support a wide range of innovative transparency and accountability engagements. The collective TAI priorities of data use for accountability, tax governance, strengthening civic space, and learning reflect a small, but important, subset of our member’s work on governance and citizen engagement.
Transparency is core to TAI’s philosophy and how our donors members approach their own practice. All are committed to integrating these principles even further into their grant-making practice, while safeguarding the security of their grantees. TAI members have been champions of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) and several publish to the standard themselves. TAI is exploring ways to make equivalent funding information available for all members.
Mindful of the privacy concerns that can accompany grant disclosures, TAI works alongside our donor members to provide information and analysis around what donor members are funding, particularly around our thematic priorities. For example, TAI will be launching a dynamic map of our donor member’s work on tax governance, highlighting the collaborative’s thematic focus within the sub-sector and the grantees we work alongside. We plan to continue this trend by sharing our own mappings of our priority work streams, sharing links to funding databases, and other resources of interest.
TAI is a purely funder group. We do not have civil society members and should not be confused with networks, such as the Access Initiative (that shares the TAI acronym).