Open Development Data
in Fragile States
Open With Care: The Role of Open Data in
Fragile States and Conflict Situations
Wa...
• Strengthen capacity of partner countries to collect,
curate and publish development data in an open
and accessible forma...
Do Development
Projects Target the Poor?
Do Projects Support
Development Goals?
Access to
water (one
of MDGs)
and water
projects
Rural
Developm
ent
Projects
are cl...
Who does what where?
World Bank Group, UNDP,
UNOPS, UN-Habitat
Operations in the DRC
Coordination of Government
and Donors
Public and
donor
expenditure
in Bolivia
Open Aid Map to share aid and development data as
reported by governments and aid organizations
Open Aid Map – Country Level
How to
translate
data into
engagement
and
ultimately
better
development
results?
Exciting Citizens About Open Development Data
Data Literacy
Bootcamps in Malawi,
Nepal, and Bolivia
Workshop on Open Data for
Development Policy in Malawi
Open Development Data in Fragile States
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The OpenAid Partnership is designed to strengthen capacity of partner countries to collect, curate and publish development data in an open and accessible format.

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  • For the first time Bolivia is putting its development projects on a map – government reported data, not donor reportedMap shows that donor projects are relatively well aligned with poverty Darker colored districts shows higher poverty levelAll data will be public in an IATI format on the new Open Aid Partnership website and on the governments own website (built on the same open source Open Aid Map platform, financed by the OAP)
  • Open aid maps can inform donor collaboration and understanding of where different donors workThis map was produced for the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim joint trip to the Great Lakes Region in MayCombining and visualizing World Bank and UN geocoded data representing a part of their broader commitment to work more closely togetherThe map shows World Bank and UN agency portfolios in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)Portfolios compliment each other. UNDP is mostly in the fragile areas in east, and the World Bank in high poverty areas in the west
  • This map is a first draft, fresh from the press, that shows internally and externally financed projects in Bolivia at the provincial level.Bolivia has the data down to the municipal level. More will be shown later in the Bolivian presentation.Shows by province the share of donor financing, e.g. this province has high donor share, and this high government share. Support integration of budget data, including a platform to visualize internally and externally financed data, is the next thing we want to focus on in Bolivia.
  • This map is a first draft, fresh from the press, that shows internally and externally financed projects in Bolivia at the provincial level.Bolivia has the data down to the municipal level. More will be shown later in the Bolivian presentation.Shows by province the share of donor financing, e.g. this province has high donor share, and this high government share. Support integration of budget data, including a platform to visualize internally and externally financed data, is the next thing we want to focus on in Bolivia.
  • This map is a first draft, fresh from the press, that shows internally and externally financed projects in Bolivia at the provincial level.Bolivia has the data down to the municipal level. More will be shown later in the Bolivian presentation.Shows by province the share of donor financing, e.g. this province has high donor share, and this high government share. Support integration of budget data, including a platform to visualize internally and externally financed data, is the next thing we want to focus on in Bolivia.
  • 3-day intensive open data bootcamps held in Bolivia, Malawi and Nepal during June 2013More than 300 participants from civil society, academia, the media and tech communitiesTrained participants to extract, clean, and visualize data, and use open data to build tools that empower citizensTrainers from Kenya went to Nepal and Malawi and shared experiences from Kenya Open Data Initiative and Code4KenyaBootcamps in Bolivia and Malawi connected over Skype
  • Open Development Data in Fragile States

    1. 1. Open Development Data in Fragile States Open With Care: The Role of Open Data in Fragile States and Conflict Situations Washington DC, March 31, 2014 Johannes Kiess Program Leader Open Aid Partnership World Bank Innovation Labs
    2. 2. • Strengthen capacity of partner countries to collect, curate and publish development data in an open and accessible format. • Develop an Open Aid Map to visualize the locations of development activities on a common mapping platform. • Build capacity of citizens, civil society and the media to understand, use and give feedback on open development data Increase Aid Transparency and Citizen Engagement for Better Results Bolivia, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Honduras, Kenya, Malawi, Nepal, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, USAID, African Development Bank, AidData, Akvo, Development Gateway, the Foundation Center, InterAction, ONE, Publish What You Fund, UN-Habitat and the World Bank Group
    3. 3. Do Development Projects Target the Poor?
    4. 4. Do Projects Support Development Goals? Access to water (one of MDGs) and water projects Rural Developm ent Projects are close to roads
    5. 5. Who does what where? World Bank Group, UNDP, UNOPS, UN-Habitat Operations in the DRC
    6. 6. Coordination of Government and Donors Public and donor expenditure in Bolivia
    7. 7. Open Aid Map to share aid and development data as reported by governments and aid organizations
    8. 8. Open Aid Map – Country Level
    9. 9. How to translate data into engagement and ultimately better development results?
    10. 10. Exciting Citizens About Open Development Data Data Literacy Bootcamps in Malawi, Nepal, and Bolivia
    11. 11. Workshop on Open Data for Development Policy in Malawi
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