Systematically Tracking the Tracking Systems

I recently spent some time tracking which countries use which aid information management system (AIMS). For a set of systems whose purpose is to bring greater transparency to aid spending, figuring out which countries use which systems, who built them, whether they are publicly accessible or even actually functioning has been a time consuming process.

Making things more difficult is the fact that several countries appear to have moved from system to system over time. Others appear to have had a functioning system for a few years only to see it fall into disrepair.

Below is a list of functioning, public-facing AIMS I’ve been able to compile. Please do let me know of any others and I’ll add them to this list.

I’ve managed to collect quite a lot of data on over 60 AIMS, many of which appear to be broken. I’ll try to blog about what I find in the coming days.

Afghanistan http://dadafghanistan.gov.af/dad/
Bangladesh http://aims.erd.gov.bd/
Cambodia http://cdc.khmer.biz
Cameroon http://dad.synisys.com/dadcameroon/
Central African Republic http://dad.minplan-rca.org
Comoros http://dad.synisys.com/dadcomoros/
Egypt http://www.mopic.gov.eg/MIC/Projects.aspx?ModID=3
Gambia http://npc.gov.gm/national-aid-information-system-database
Haiti https://haiti.ampsite.net/
Honduras http://pgc.sre.gob.hn/
Kenya http://e-promis.treasury.go.ke/e-promis/%5d
Lao PDR http://ppamp.mpi.gov.la
Lebanon http://www.rcoimtools.com/fts/
Moldova http://amp.gov.md/
Myanmar http://mohinga.info/en/
Nepal http://amis.mof.gov.np/portal/
Nigeria http://dad.synisys.com/dadnigeria//
Palestinian Territories http://darp.pna.ps
Philippines http://www.gov.ph/faith/
Philippines http://empathy.oparr.gov.ph
Rwanda http://dad.minecofin.gov.rw
Sierra Leone http://dad.synisys.com/dadsierraleone/
South Africa http://www.dcis.gov.za
South Sudan https://ssudan.ampsite.net
Tajikistan http://aims.gki.tj
Tanzania http://amp.mof.go.tz
Ukraine http://dad.me.gov.ua
Uzbekistan http://devaid.uz
Yemen http://www.yamisys.org/yem/
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