How can we better track aid flows? Which donor is working where in the DRC, Afghanistan, CAR, Peru or Bolivia? How can we better analyze the spatial distribution of aid flows within countries? How can we use mobile telephony to enhance the social accountability of international aid programs? These were some of the questions 45 students from the College of William & Mary, Georgetown University and George Washington addressed during the aid transparency data camp which we organized jointly with the Aiddata Initiative last Monday, March 8.