CTAP Event at Open Gov Week 2022: Health-focused OGP Commitments Matter

Author: Izabela Chmielewska   OVERVIEW During Open Gov Week in May 2022, Global Integrity and our COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) partners in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, and Cameroon gathered for a conversation about advancing primary health in Africa through the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and its multi-stakeholder processes.  The event gave firsthand insights from…

How Does it Look to Put Data Use in Context: opportunities and challenges for the use of data for accountability in Nigeria

The process leading from producing data to using data towards improved development results is both technical and political. Together with Transparency and Accountability Initiative funder collaborative (TAI), Global Integrity produced a report that focuses on the complexities of political and technical dynamics to identify progress made and remaining opportunities and challenges to advance the use…

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In focus: Open data, politics, and results

“To what extent and for what reasons is the use of open government data associated with higher levels of accountability and improved service delivery in developing countries?” —Michael Jelenic, 2019, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper While open data is an important element of our work at Global Integrity, we do not consider ourselves “open…

Rapid Experiments With A Purpose

RAPID EXPERIMENTS WITH A PURPOSE How Global Integrity Uses Theories of Change to Make Small Bets, Learn, and Adapt Michael Moses, Director of Advocacy and Programs – January 11, 2017 This blog post was originally published by BEAM Exchange as part of their Adaptive Management Blog Series The way in which development interventions — from programs…