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Mapping for Results Initiative

  1. 1. Soren Gigler, World Bank Institute, Measure GIS Working Group April 27, 2011 bgigler@worldbank.org
  2. 2. Potential Game Changing Opportunities for M &E  Geo-coding  Mobiles  Social Media  Real Time Data
  3. 3. Leveraging Innovation for Enhanced Results orientation Transparency : Access to Information and Open DataResults data: Technology:available for geo-coding,the first time visualizations Mapping for Results
  4. 4. Key Principles of Mapping for Results Results • Visualize location of projects • Location data for 1,250 projects Openness and 16,000 project activities available by April 2011 • Strengthen country dialogueAccountability and civic engagement
  5. 5. Mapping for Results … Information available, but not easy to visualize Geo-coding: makes project data more accessible Visualize projectlocations and MDGs at country level www.maps.worldbank.org
  6. 6. WBI in Action  Mapping for Results + Beneficiary FeedbackBolivia: Poverty Haiti: Beneficiaryconcentration & geo- feedback on geo-mappedmapping aid projects reconstruction projects New Teacher School Being Arriving Built
  7. 7. Disaster Relief Has Changed
  8. 8. Community-Empowered Mapping
  9. 9. Greater Transparency in WBG Projects www.maps.worldbank.org
  10. 10. Mapping for Results: All of IDA
  11. 11. Project Locations in the LCR Region
  12. 12. Project Locations by Poverty in Kenya
  13. 13. DRC: Project Locations by Infant Mortality
  14. 14. DRC: Project Activities by Sector
  15. 15. Ghana- Project Overview
  16. 16. Ghana: E-Ghana
  17. 17. DRC: Health Rehabilitation Project
  18. 18. Nigeria: Health Sector Projects
  19. 19. Nigeria: Rural Access and Mobility Project
  20. 20. Nigeria: Community & Social Development Project
  21. 21. Identifying specific project activities
  22. 22. And to development outcomes and results
  23. 23. Donor Coordination in Mozambique
  24. 24. Beneficiary Participation through ICT • Afghanistan: GPS cameras track progress on irrigation infrastructure in remote areas • Kenya: Education Project uses inter-active maps to better target schools to needs • Bolivia: Verifying installation of solar panels in infrastructure project • Cambodia: Monitor rehabilitation of national highway network
  25. 25. Monitoring Project 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
  26. 26. Enhanced Project Design
  27. 27. Cambodia: NationalHighway network through Google Earth
  28. 28. Asset verification: Afghanistan roads Images from International Relief and Development, Inc: Human Resources and Logistics Support Program (IRD-HRLS), September 2010
  29. 29. Asset verification: EQUIP http://www.advocacynet.org/resource/251 http://www.boston.com/news/world/blog/2009/07/post_9.html
  30. 30. Twaweza: Water Point Mapping inTanzania
  31. 31. Blood Bank Reporting in Western Keny“The local district hospital in Kilifi never had enough blood fortransfusions,” Eagle said. “So I built a system for the nurses tosend short, daily text messages from mobile phones to thecentralized blood bank to avoid shortages.”Read more: Txteagle takes outsourcing to cell phones | NewMexico Business Weekly
  32. 32. Tracking School Performance in the PhilippinesUsing GPS, Mobiles & Google Maps to allow students, teachers & parents todirectly provide feedback on the delivery of social services www.checkmyschool.org

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