Dates: 14–17 November, 2017
Location: Imperial Royale Hotel, Kampala, Uganda
About: During Africa Statistics week, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics and its key partners will convene a High Level National Data Forum to bring together stakeholders in the National Statistics System. They will discuss ways of harnessing emerging technologies to strengthen partnerships for data and statistical development.
Data producers and users from government, civil society, donors, academia and media will share experiences of how they are implementing the data revolution.
Development Initiatives is proud to be partnering with the Uganda Bureau of Statistics and other local partners to co-organise this important event. Development Initiatives’ experts will be delivering and facilitating a number of sessions:
Bill Anderson, Data & Information Architect, speaking during opening plenary
Allan Lukwago, Web Developer, facilitating ‘A Masterclass on Data Scraping’
Bernard Sabiti, Partnerships Manager, chairing the session ‘Open Data in Uganda: Challenges and Opportunities’
Wilbrod Ntawhiha, Data Scientist, presenting ‘Reinventing Open Data: ‘Development Data Audit’’
For more information about these sessions, and other events during the forum, please visit the event website
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