A critical success factor in any Open Data or Open Government initiative is educating the Citizens, Governments, Civil Society, Developers and Business entities on the importance of what Open Data can do to improve lives, and create new Eco-systems.
The Open Institute is engaged in a number of initiatives to not only build Platforms and Tools but to create a methodology to rate the impact of existing applications in the Open Data and Governance space.
The Open Institute assist’s Governments, Private Sector, Media and Civil Society Organizations to conduct assessments of the feasibility and potential of establishing Open Data Initiative’s in their Countries.
- Open Duka
- Africa Spending
- Data Repository
Open Duka will provide a freely accessible database of information on all Kenyan registered companies. This information will provide citizens, journalists, and civic activists with a practical and easy-to-use tool to understand the ownersh ...
The C4K fellowship programme is designed to help media and CSOs in Kenya experiment with open data technologies as a way to improve the relevance, impact, and ...
The African Spending Project is an Initiative of the Open Institute in collaboration with the Open Knowledge Foundation. Africa Spending is a great tool to ...
We aim to support the largest independent repository of Data on the African Continent – www.africaopendata.org . This will be the central repository for ...