Feed the Minds provides practical education and training to help transform individual lives and communities. Our work focuses on building literacy capacities in five key areas that include: (1) Health education, (2) Sustainable livelihoods, (3) Civic education, (4) Peace building and (5) Practical theological education.
Organisations / agencies covered
IATI data will cover contracts with the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
Timeliness of Data
1 quarter in arrears, beginning in March 2015
Frequency of publication
Frequency of publication (extra comments)
Units of Aid
Segmentation of Published Data
Separate files per country
Data Definitions and References
Due to cost limitations related to the size of Feed the Minds, documents will not be published in the beneficiaries' language and activities will be limited to publication of evaluation reports and general updates of project budget use, planning frameworks and end-of-year narrative reports.
Beneficiary identities will be protected and where necessary information that might reveal their identities will not be published. Donor names will also be excluded when requested, or authorised, by the donor.
The main constraint to implementing best-practice of IATI standards is the limited number of full-time Feed the Minds staff. However, Feed the Minds will be able to comply fully to IATI standards according to the goals and schedules set by Feed the Minds.
Data published will be as accurate as possible and will undergo internal verification processes but will not always have been audited.
At this stage, Feed the Minds plans to use AidStream to house data but will consider the feasibility of using the Feed the Minds website in the future.
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