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tl;dr: Maintained, machine-readable versions of the DAC and CRS code lists are now available as CSV and JSON! Here’s how Publish What You Fund and Open Knowledge made it happen… The OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) maintains a set of code lists -...
From June 19 - 21, I travelled to Limerick to attend the 5th Transparency Research Conference. It is jointly organised by the University of Limerick and the University of Baltimore in the USA, in association with the universities of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and...
This blog is by James Coe, Senior Advocacy Advisor & Sally Paxton, US Representative The 2018 foreign assistance cuts proposed by the Trump Administration have set off significant debates about the priorities for US investments abroad. Moreover, with ambitious...
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Africa Open Data Conference, 17th – 21st July, Accra
AODC 2017 will be held in Accra, Ghana and aims to bring together government, NGOs and the private sector to discuss, share and problem solve open data in relation to development. Senior Advocacy Advisor James Coe will attend to present and discuss the work of the OpenAg Funding Initiative.