The Aid Transparency Index rates countries on a set of indicators divided into five components. The results of the Aid Transparency Index 2022 show that more aid organizations than ever before published good quality information and were rated "very good" or "good" in the global rankings.
While 50 countries were rated in the Aid Transparency Index, TIKA (Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency) was ranked 49th in Turkey's rating and described as very weak.
It was highlighted that Turkey (TIKA), China (MOFCOM), and the United Arab Emirates (MOFAIC), which were among the bottom three in the assessment, did not publish standardized data and their websites provided limited information.
The 2022 report emphasized that the need for transparency is growing as aid needs increase around the world, and that issues such as the COVID -19 pandemic, the food security crisis, the war between Russia and Ukraine, and the climate crisis are putting severe pressure on limited resources.
You can view the Aid Transparency Index 2022 here.