As the year 2019 comes to a close, we are in a reflective state. This year was for us so transitory, that we intentionally deferred
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We at the Open Institute, are proud to announce that our Founder, Al Kags, has been invited to join the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) of
Since 2013, we have been working together with counties and the World Bank in Kenya to develop systems to be transparent and engage citizens. The
We have just completed week’s training (6th – 10th May 2019) with Data Fellows who have been identified by Elgeyo Marakwet County to lead the
In the last post on this series, we were commencing activities in Elgeyo Marakwet and Baringo counties. We defined the Open County (OC) Initiative and
A few years ago, at the Africa Open Data Conference, I spoke about the value of “Period Zero” in the planning and development of programmes.
Integrating the Open County Initiative with Participatory Budgeting – a kickstart for Baringo and Elgeyo Marakwet Counties.
Since the implementation of devolution through the 47 county governments commencing 2013, different counties have developed and implemented different models of public participation in the
This blog post is inspired by a mosquito that looked like it was on its first rodeo, as I stared at the ceiling of the
Recently, we participated in a national Open Government Partnership forum was held in Nairobi. This forum, organised by the Constitution and Reform Education Consortium (CRECO),
The Open Institute is really excited to release the beta version of a new iteration of DevolutionHub. DevolutionHub is designed as a one-stop-repository for all