The international aid monitoring system is a tool that allows local self-government bodies to:

  • Ensure transparency  of receiving and using international aid.
  • Increase the effectiveness of project implementation at the expense of funds from international donors.
  • Prevent corruption  and abuse.
  • Increase  citizens' trust in the government.

The monitoring system provides for:

  • Collection and analysis of data  on all projects financed by international aid.
  • Publishing information  about projects on publicly available resources.
  • Creation of feedback mechanisms  with the public.
  • Conducting an audit  of international aid projects.

Implementation of the monitoring system is a step towards:

  • Increasing the accountability of local self-government bodies to the community and international partners.
  • Maximum use  of international aid resources.
  • Ensuring sustainable results  of development projects.