Within the IATI activity standard it is expected that classifications information is provided for any
sector- the thematic catgory (or set of categories) an
Additionally, the following classifications enable the publication of various codes (often associated with CRS++ reporting)
When using the IATI activity standard to declare documents, the following should be considered:
iati-activitycan have singular or multiple
sectorare described, then a
@percentageshould be declared for each. All reported sectors from the same vocabulary must add up to 100%.
@vocabularycan be declared when describing a
sector. This must be on the Vocabulary codelist.
@vocabularyis declared, then the DAC 5 digit codelist is assumed.
reporting-orgcan declare their own
@vocabulary, via using the 99 (Reporting Org) Vocabulary code.
Multiple or singular
policy-markercan also be described. Unlike
sector, there is no
@percentage attributeto add.
The classifications of
default-tied-statusapply to the whole
iati-activity. These can be overridden within a single
transactionvia using any of
iati-activityis either wholly tied, partially tied or untied it is recommended that the appropriate
default-tied-statuscode is used.
iati-activityhas more than one tied status it is recommended that the reported commitment(s) are split into the relevant tied, untied and/or partially-tied amounts and
tied-statusis reported at
transactionlevel. (NB that tied status should be reported for commitments only.)
In versions 2.01 and above, the following must also be considered:
Descriptive text / name is no longer supported for any classification elements.
sectorcan also be published as child elements of a
transaction. When this is done, it is expected that all
transactioninclude such data, whilst
sectoris subsequently not included at the