Tag: Ghana Open Data Initiative (GODI)

The State of Open Data in Ghana: Part 1

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The State of Open Data in Ghana: Policy

2014 chloropleth of Open Data Barometer Readiness and Impact   I joined the School of Data in April as one of the fellows for 2015. As a data scientist and software developer who had moved back to Accra in August

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One way traffic: The open data initiative project and the need for an effective demand side initiative in Ghana

Publication date: Available online 10 August 2015Source:Government Information Quarterly Author(s): Frank L.K. Ohemeng, Kwaku Ofosu-Adarkwa In recent years the necessity for governments to develop new public values of openness and transparency, and thereby increase their citizenries’ sense of inclusiveness, and

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One way traffic: The open data initiative project and the need for an effective demand side initiative in Ghana

Paper by Frank L. K. Ohemeng and Kwaku Ofosu-Adarkwa in the Government Information Quarterly: “In recent years the necessity for governments to develop new public values of openness and transparency, and thereby increase their citizenries’ sense of inclusiveness, and their trust in and confidence

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