The first ATI Monitoring Report provides a benchmark against which future capacity building efforts and DRM reforms by its members can be assessed in line with their ATI commitments. Each year for the next five years, the ATI will publish a monitoring report assessing the progress of its members. This will culminate in a final report to assess whether members fulfilled their commitments.
This report shows that development partners and supporting organisations are already spending 223.76 million USD in support of domestic revenue mobilisation. As impressive as that is, this report goes beyond the numbers to also illustrate the types of projects being supported. It seeks to share lessons learned based on DRM reforms that have been successful, as well as based on those that have encountered significant challenges.