Aidflows is an open data project initiated by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. It helps to ensure greater transparency in the distribution of development funds. For this purpose, the partner organisations have placed a freely accessible collection of data online, whose clear graphics make the content easily understandable. In publishing this information, the organisation wants to primarily support international politicians in their decision-making, with the aim of boosting progress towards the Millennium Development Goals 2015. The site combines development indicators and graphic illustrations of aid services, such as state development aid, credit or debt relief, helping to bring some structure to the vast mass of statistical data. This way, Aidflows helps donors, recipients, the media and civil society understand where today’s development funds end up, helping programmes to be more sustainably implemented in the future.