Presentation: Mapping for Results by Hanif Anilmohamed Rahemtulla, World Bank


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Presentation: Mapping for Results by Hanif Anilmohamed Rahemtulla, World Bank

  1. Mapping For Results Enhance Transparency and Citizen Engagement for Better ResultsTransparency throughOpen Geographic InformationHanif Rahemtulla, Geospatial Specialist at the World BankEmail:
  2. The Importance of GeographyOpen geospatial data is critical to making effective use ofpublic sector information - everything happenssomewhere; to find data, and analyse it, location isinvaluable context (Rahemtulla, 2009, 2012).
  3. The Geography of Language Diversity
  4. Opening Our Minds by Opening Our Eyes
  5. Fostering Budget Transparency
  6. Mapping for Results InitiativeKey Objectives of the InitiativeIncorporating geography to visualizes thesub-national location of World Bankprojects to:• better monitor impact on people;• improve aid effectiveness and coordination;• enhance transparency and social accountability; and• enable citizens and other stakeholders to provide direct feedback on project results.
  7. All Bank-financed projects are mapped• More than 30,000 locations mapped for over 2,500 active Bank projects• For all 143 IBRD and IDA countries• Indicator data on infant mortality, maternal health, malnutrition for 43 countries;• Sub-national poverty data for 30 countries• Population density data for 107 countries
  8. How to find a country map? Number of locations of Bank projects Number of Bank projectsChoose Country
  9. Overview of all projects by sector ? Choose view by sector 1. Select activities by count Pie chart shows investment in sector by volume 2. Clicking on a Bubble provides the number of The symbol/color project per indicates the largest district sector by location
  10. Select by Specific Sectors?
  11. Are projects located in areas with highest poverty? Select poverty as base map The darker the background the higher the poverty
  12. Better Targeting of Projects Select by Sector: Water and HealthSelect infantmortality asbase map
  13. Are you interested in a certain project? Choose a project … … and locations are highlighted on the map
  14. Map Data: Download & Share Download Data & Share Map
  15. Geo-enabling WB: Is Only the First Step!
  16. The Road Ahead: Local Geography Informs Project Implementation  Nepal – Poverty Alleviation Fund Targets Development Intervention  Global Agricultural Food Security Project (GAFSP) Effectively Communicates Gaps and Overlaps  Open Aid Partnership Identifies Strengths and Weaknesses  OnTrack – Citizen Engagement & Participation
  17. Local Geography:Informs Project Implementation
  18. Local Geography:Informs Project Implementation Data available Number of districts 75 Total observations 4,161 Health center Mapping location at VDC Source Bert Mismatched 62 VDCs
  19. Local Geography:Informs Project Implementation
  20. Local Geography:Identify Gaps and Overlaps 27 Donors AFDB, AusAid, BADEA, Canada, CDC, DFID, EU, FAO, FICA, GTZ, ICEIDA, IFAD, Ireland, Japan, JICA, KFW, Kuwait Fund, Norway, OPEU Fund, People’s Republic of China, UNDP, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, USAID, WFP, World Bank
  21. Improve Aid Transparency and Coordination
  22. Open Aid PartnershipFoundation Center/World Bank: IATI Collaborative Mapping & Data Sharing
  23. More Social & Interactive: Geostories
  24. Indonesia: PNPM Citizen Feedback Pilot
  25. OnTrack: A Hybrid Citizen Feedback Pilot
  26. Geo-Enabling the World BankWhere do we stand?  Reporting on Geographic Location Mandatory  First Administrative Level Priority  Geographic Platform for Reporting is Operational  Transitioning to More Sustainable Reporting Methods  Working Across the Bank Groups, Sectors, Operations etc.  Collaborating with Other Donors  PUSHING FOR MORE GEOGRAPHIC ACCOUNABILITY THE ROAD AHEAD
  27. Open Data Knowledge Reports Development-Technology-Alliance
  28. Hanif Rahemtulla, World Bank