innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically by being lower priced or designed for a different set of consumers.
Since 2004, WDR, this continues to be a challenge for the Bank. We can’t solve this problem alone. Leveraging external expertise and involving the end user.
Citivox Visual. Analogs in East Africa through Huduma, building on Ushahidi platform.
Slide 10 – Tandalee.g.Option A
This slide shows the suggested integration of Geo-stories in our Mapping for Results 2.0. The slide demonstrates how inter-active mapping combined with pictures about actual project results and context about the specific project implementation can be used to more effectively communicate the actual project results in a given location. The images show the status of the roads before and after the project intervention.
Examples on the use of GPS and Inter-active mapping in Transport projects in Nigeria and Afghanistan as key tools for the anti-corruption programs.
The slide shows the power of combining inter-active mapping with social media (facebook) and mobile phones. The project team together with WBIIN is currently piloting to empowercitizens to provide direct feedback on project results in their communities using facebook, SMS and mapping. The slide shows that the team has developed a specific project map visualizing the 30,000 communities where this CDD project works. The inter-active maps serves as an entry point to the social context (pictures, results stories) of the project and allows beneficiaries to provide their comments on project results for a specific location through the facebook pages of the local project implementation offices (10,000 offices at the sub-district level).
Open Aid Partnership is a collective exercise with all donors, government partners and civil society to work together to put development on a map and to close the feedback loop between international donors, governments and citizens. The specific objectives are: (i) enhance transparency of aid and its results; (ii) facilitate donor coordination; and (iii) enhance monitoring of results; and (iv) integrating citizen feedback to assess whether results are being delivered as intended. The 5 Components of the Program include:Open Aid Map a common platform to show locations of donor programsCountry Platforms for open aid flows and public expendituresMashing with Results Indicators and Citizen Feedback Loops to promote citizen engagement in the delivery of public services, including through CSOs who can work with citizens Capacity Development to support CSOs and citizens to use and generate open aid dataImpact Evaluations to assess the impact of open aid on development outcomes
Aleem Walji: Presentation to the European Commission
“No Matter Who You Are, Most of theSmartest People Work for Someone Else”Bill Joy, Cofounder, Sun Microsystems"Every time we protect our ideas we pay animplicit innovation tax. We must let themgo, circulate, and collide with other ideas."Stephen Johnson, Where Good Ideas Come From 1
Open Development, Open Government, Open Solutions Requires a New Way of Doing Business TO FROM Open Closed Collaborative We can do it Community Single leaders Networked Hierarchical Lateral Linear Clients as co-Clients as recipients creators 2
The World is Changing: SoLoMo Social Local Mobile 3
Amplifying Citizen Voices Via ICTs • Geo-Reference with categories (Health, Water etc having different dots); • Timeline indicating response times; • Bubble with location names getting bigger depending on veracity of problems reported; • Flagging: of actions with delayed response (red) & (green) for efficiency. • Budget Layer: tagging project, concerns with budget 4 information
Disaster Relief has changedCrisis Mapping brings online tool to Haitian disaster relief effort 5
4. Enhance Tracking of ResultsBolivia: Decentralized Infrastructure for Rural Transformation Project Benefits - Target activities to regions with most need - Promote synergies between components (Electrification and Telecomms) - Verify that services were provided - Monitor project results and impact - Transparency and social accountability 17
5: Verify Assets in Rural Transport projects through Real-time data 18
6. Empowering Citizens to provide feedback PNPM Indonesia Project 19
Open Aid Partnership1. Geo-coding of donor- financed projects based on IATI standard2. Joint Open Aid Map for better aid coordination (AidData)3. Visualize projects of 27 donors combined with poverty data 20
Increase Aid Transparency and Citizen Engagement for Better Results• Improve Aid Transparency: increase transparency through Open Data on aid flows• Enhance Results: Better target, monitor, and coordinate aid flows within countries• Establish Feedback Loop: Empower citizens and CSOs to provide feedback on project outcomes 21
Competition PlatformCrowdsourcing asserts that two heads are better than one, and a thousand heads are better than two. 22
Competitions can be used for both Knowledge and Innovation INTENTION Curate Create Knowledge & Learning Innovation & Action DistributedOutside the Organization Development Procurement Challenge Marketplace Apps for Development Grand ChallengesKNOWLEDGE Organization Best Innovation Fund Practice Concentrated Inside the Organization 23
Development Marketplace Scaling Public Goods Through Private Actors The World Bank has a mandate to invest where financial investors Scalable will notSweet Spot Commercially Viable High Social Impact Appeals to Financial Appeals to investors Philanthropies and Public Actors 24