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Sept 2014 ADB Panel

This Week: Volunteerism Gains Traction in the Global South, Innovation Crucial to Evaluation

The international community continues to ramp up its response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. U.S. contributions now total nearly $250 million dollars, including various types of aid ...

EU Public Contract Database

Two Million and Counting: Test-Driving the Open Contracting Data Standard

This is a modified version of a post originally published on Development Gateway’s blog

What could you do with information on 2 million foreign aid contracts at your fingertips? We’re pleased to unveil a new dataset and visualization app from AidData partner Development Gateway. Read below to get the story about what’s in the data and how this came about.  

AidData Seeks the Next Generation of Development Research Using Geocoded Data

AidData is pleased to announce that it is requesting expressions of interest to undertake new research that (a) uses rigorous empirical methods to analyze sub-nationally geocoded development finance data, and (b) has significant potential to inform development policy and decision-making.

AidData & Feedback Labs invite you to a breakfast event on Citizen Feedback: Bolstering or Circumventing the Democratic Process?

AidData and Feedback Labs invite you to a breakfast event

Citizen Feedback: Bolstering or Circumventing the Democratic Process?

Feedback initiatives leverage technology and open data to amplify citizen voices in shaping development priorities, monitoring progress, and evaluating results.

Farmer taking notes during the June District Dialogue Meeting in Mityana

Social Audits: The Missing Ingredient to Good Governance

“One…two…three…four.” I scan the room, counting the number of raised hands in answer to my question. I was about to present maps tracking National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) budget and service delivery, but I wanted to know something first. Did these farmers know that they could access detailed information on the government’s agriculture activities and provide feedback? The answer: only 4 out of 100 farmers had even heard of the Uganda Budget Information website.

AidData research assistants at the MapGive Ebola Outbreak Mapathon

Mapping for a Cause: MapGive Ebola Outbreak Mapathon

As a geocoder, I spent most of my time combing through copious project documentation looking for precise locations of development activities. Sleuthing for these valuable data points, it was easy to get lost in the details and lose sight of the fact that liberating data can have real-time impact. Last month, several AidData students and I put our GIS skills to work in mapping the Ebola outbreak as part of the MapGive Mapathon.

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