Network for Africa works with communities torn apart by war and genocide. We help the forgotten survivors of African conflicts left behind by the world after the fighting stops and the humanitarian aid moves on. We train survivors in specialised trauma counselling so they can help each other tackle the long-term psychological consequences that often block recovery. We also help rebuild lives with access to education, health and the means to support themselves.
Organisations / agencies covered
IATI data will cover contracts with the UK Department for International Development (DFID). Network for Africa is a UK registered charity -- 1120932.
Timeliness of Data
Data will be published quarterly, beginning in September 2013.
Frequency of publication
Frequency of publication (extra comments)
Units of Aid
Segmentation of Published Data
The data will not be segmented by country; instead, each project will have an individual data set.
Data Definitions and References
Due to the prohibitive cost for this small NGO, Network for Africa does not publish in beneficiaries' languages. Network for Africa does not publish further activity documents, but will publish evaluation reports following the completion of the project.
Where a donor has requested anonymity, the donor's name will be excluded. No information that could reveal a beneficiary's identity will be published.
The cost of publishing IATI data for an organisation employing 3 part-time staff is the key constraint to Network for Africa's compliance.
Due to the timing of publication, the data published is accurate to the best of our knowledge but will not always have been audited.
At this stage, we are not planning to create a separate organisational interface. Network for Africa welcomes feedback on the information provided.
User Interface Website