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Publication
30 January 2015

Using foreign aid data to improve policy making in Nepal

Madhu collects and uses aid data from donors to ensure that the government is aware of the financial flows that are coming into the country. Having this aw

Publication
9 February 2015

Opening public data to improve government transparency in Nepal

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries Embracing their role as a data intermediary, the gr

Discussion paper
25 February 2015

Some thoughts on the data revolution in Uganda

The development ‘Data Revolution’ is an idea that many countries and international institutions are beginning to use to drive sustainable resources and act

Discussion paper
5 May 2015

Data Revolution: testing ideas at the national level in Kenya

The Africa Data Consensus has been warmly received by commentators as setting out an “incredibly clear, concise, and politically viable summary of the purpose and needs of

Briefing
13 May 2015

Public calls for better data in Nepal

Publication
26 May 2015

Stories of data use in developing countries

Open Data: A journey of discovery in Nepal A short documentary about a journalist, Gyanu Sharma, seeking data to help him create a better future for his so

Publication
26 May 2015

Using citizen-generated data to improve school performance in Kenya

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries Wolde’s demand for data and information “It is abou

Publication
26 May 2015

Using project data to improve sexual health services in Kenya

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries. Kubai’s demand for data and information “Evidence

Publication
26 May 2015

Using public finance data to monitor sub-national resource allocation in Kenya

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries. John’s demand for data and information “Big decisi