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d|Bootcamp Nairobi 2014 - OAP Presentation


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Prepared and presented by Qiyang and Elena from Open Aid Partnership, World Bank during the Nairobi d|Bootcamp 2014.

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d|Bootcamp Nairobi 2014 - OAP Presentation

  1. 1. Open Aid Partnership and World Bank Open Data Elena Bertusi and Qiyang Xu World Bank Group Kenya, November 2014
  2. 2. Background The Open Aid Partnership aims to increase aid transparency and effectiveness. In particular, the OAP supports countries to collect, visualize and publish the sub-national locations of donor-financed programs.
  3. 3. Background • Launched in 2011, hosted by the World Bank Group • Partners: Bolivia, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Honduras, Kenya, Malawi, Nepal, the Netherlands, Sierra Leone, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, as well as African Development Bank, Development Gateway, the Foundation Center, InterAction, ONE, Publish What You Fund, UN-Habitat, USAID, and the World Bank Group. • OAP currently implements activities in 5 partner countries: Bolivia, Kenya, Malawi, Nepal and Sierra Leone
  4. 4. Key Components • Strengthen capacity of partner countries to collect, curate, visualize, and publish development data according to international aid reporting standards (IATI). • Develop an Open Aid Map to visualize the locations of development activities on a common mapping platform. • Build capacity of civil society, the media and policymakers to access, understand, use and give feedback on open development data.
  5. 5. Transitioning from Donor- to Country-Level Aid Mapping Mapping all donors within a country can help to: – Improve transparency and accountability – Identify gaps between resources and needs – Enhance country ownership – Ensure aid allocation is aligned with country development priorities – Improve coordination of development partners
  6. 6. Promoting Aid Transparency at the Country Level Kenya: Country-owned development data at the subnational level
  7. 7. OAP Pilot in Kenya Demand Side Public ownership of open aid data Support Supply Side The ‘opening’ of aid data • Geocoding Workshop • Spatial enhancement of the e-ProMIS • Open Data Bootcamp • Open Data for Evidence-based Policy Workshop (planning)
  8. 8. OAP in Kenya Geo-coding Project Activities Project documents Project data Information
  9. 9. OAP in Kenya System Enhancement for the Treasury • Spatially enabling the national system for development projects – to support visualization and project operations. • by using location name, coordinates, county boundary…
  10. 10. OAP in Kenya Better Data, Greater Transparency • Development projects • Development indicators • Social infrastructures • Budget and expenditure • ……
  11. 11. Global Open Aid Map To publish, aggregate and visualize data on aid flows from governments, donors, foundations and NGOs across many countries for anyone to access and share freely.
  12. 12. The World Bank Group A vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world Financial Products & Services • Provides low-interest loans, interest-free credits, and grants to developing countries • Supports investments in such areas as education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture, and environmental and natural resource management Innovative Knowledge Sharing • Supports developing countries with policy advice, research and analysis, and technical assistance • Supports capacity building in the countries it serves
  13. 13. Overview of World Bank’s Open Development • Open Data (April 2010) • Access to Information Policy (July 2010) • Open Solutions, Open Tools (September 2010) • Open Access Policy to Research, Knowledge (July 2012) • Data Revolution (April 2014)
  14. 14. Detailed Development Project Information in P&O Portal m=&countrycode_exact=KE
  15. 15. Categorized Development Indicators in World Bank Open Data Portal
  16. 16. Mapping World Bank Development Indicators
  17. 17. From Global to Sub-national GDP Growth (annual %) Sub-national malnutrition indicators er?pub=World+Bank+Group&hl=en
  18. 18. Thank you for your attention! Feedback? Questions?
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