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Discussion paper
15 December 2016

Metadata for open data portals

This paper investigates how open data portals share their metadata and explores the most prevalent underlying metadata standards used.

Publication
20 December 2016

Using joined-up datasets to improve the targeting of health and nutrition funding in Nepal

Raj Kumar Mahato is partnering with Nepal's Ministry of Health to target those overlooked by national Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aggregates.

Publication
20 December 2016

Using hydrological data to reduce disaster risk and enhance community resilience in Nepal

Regional training for a community-based flood early warning system in Lalitpur, Nepal.

Publication
20 December 2016

Using supply-chain data to improve the quality of public health services in Nepal

Gyan’s demand for data and information "We use data to ensure balance in stock levels so that adequate health supplies and medicines are made accessible al

Publication
20 December 2016

Using data to reduce diseases, and improve healthcare, for children in Nepal

Publication
20 December 2016

Using agricultural data to guide government’s food security efforts in Nepal

Discussion paper
12 January 2017

Common cause, common language: harmonising key concepts in the Data Revolution

One of the great opportunities at the World Data Forum is the strengthening of relationships between official and 'non-official' data communities.

Discussion paper
25 January 2017

Long-term investments in a short-term world: Arguments for sustainable data

This discussion paper makes the case for the acceptance of key issues that are paramount in the struggle for sustainable development data

Report
13 February 2017

Counting cash: Tracking humanitarian expenditure on cash-based programming

This report, commissioned by the Overseas Development Institute, includes data on the volume and nature of humanitarian cash-based programming in 2015.