recipient-country

iati-organisations/iati-organisation/document-link/recipient-country

This is the reference page for the XML element recipient-country.

Definition

The recipient country that is the focus of the document. May be repeated for multiple countries.

Rules

This element may occur any number of times.

The time between recipient-country-budget/period-start/@iso-date and recipient-country-budget/period-end/@iso-date must not be over a year

The time between recipient-org-budget/period-start/@iso-date and recipient-org-budget/period-end/@iso-date must not be over a year

@xml-lang must exist, otherwise all lang must exist.

@default-currency must exist, otherwise all currency must exist.

Attributes

Example Usage

Example usage of recipient-country of a document-link in an iati-organisation.
The @code attribute declares a valid code (AF) from the Country codelist.
  <document-link format="application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text" url="http:www.example.org/docs/report_en.odt">
   <title>
    <narrative>Annual Report 2013</narrative>	   
   </title>
   <category code="B01" />
   <language code="en" />
   <recipient-country code="AF" />  
  </document-link>
The recipient-country element can be repeated in any document-link.
Example declaring multiple recipient-country elements for the same document-link:
  <document-link format="application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text" url="http:www.example.org/docs/report_en.odt">
   <title>
    <narrative>Country Report 2013</narrative>	   
    <narrative xml:lang="fr">Rapport Pays 2013</narrative>
   </title>
   <category code="B01" />
   <language code="en" />
   <recipient-country code="AF" />
   <recipient-country code="AX" />
   <recipient-country code="AL" />
  </document-link>

Changelog

2.01

The recipient-country element was added as a child element of document-link.

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