Open Data for Public Service Delivery

Open Data for Public Service Delivery

Open data platforms are creating exciting opportunities to improve public service delivery. We helped grow the capabilities of Africa's first sub-national open data portal.

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Policy Co-Creation for Children’s Rights

Policy Co-Creation for Children’s Rights

Policymakers in Nicaragua’s autonomous regions are committed to children’s rights. We helped policymakers develop a Regional Policy for Children that embraces and supports the diverse cultural heritages of the region.

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ICT for Public Service Monitoring

ICT for Public Service Monitoring

Effective public service delivery begins with knowing whether the services offered are working as intended. We launched a system to enable citizen input on the delivery of public services.

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Reboot is a social impact firm dedicated to inclusive development and accountable governance. We help governments, foundations, and international organizations achieve their missions.

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Panthea Lee Presents for ICT4D Principles Working Group

08.01.2014

Panthea and Nicole participated in an ICT4D Principles working group in Washington, DC focused on "Principle 1: Design with the User". These principles seek to serve as a set of living guidelines that are meant to inform, but not dictate, the design of technology-enabled development programs.

Zack Brisson and Ethan Wilkes at US Africa Leaders Summit

07.31.2014

Zack and Ethan will attend the US Africa Leaders Summit in Washington D.C. August 4–6. The theme is “Investing in the Next Generation”, and Reboot will participate in the “Civil Society Forum". The summit aims to advance the administration’s focus on trade and investment in Africa and highlight the U.S.'s commitment to Africa’s security, democratic development, and its people.

Frontline SMS Features Dave Algoso

07.30.2014

FrontlineSMS cross-posted Dave's recent blog post, Understanding Mobile Access From an Ecosystem Perspective, to their site. “Increased access to mobiles,” Dave writes in the piece “has been linked to positive social outcomes in dozens of countries.”

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