CODE Invites NGOs, MDAs, CSOs To Its Forthcoming Abuja Open Data Party

Hello Good People!!!

Connected Development [CODE] Abuja is inviting NGOs, Activists and Journalists from all around Nigeria to its Open Data Party. Open Data Party is an initiative of CODE to make, spread and teach open data. A lots of activities bordering on Data will be explore in this edition of Open Data and resource persons will be on stand by to provide answers to any questions pertaining to open data while in a party mode and relaxed atmosphere ūüėČ Yes, we have music, free stickers, souvenirs and #OpenDrinks!¬†
 
To read more about this event and register, kindly use the link below on or before Monday, November 14, 2014 https://sites.google.com/site/opendataparty/ 
 
As a follow up to our monthly Open Data Day in Abuja The #OpenDataParty is organized by Follow The Money with support from The Indigo Trust and you can Join us from 28-29 November, 2014. 
 
At this Data Party we will be:
a.     Creating a geo-referenced health facility funds database for Nigeria.
b.    Creating a Health Service Delivery Monitoring Group and a Health funds tracker to be used by NGOs, Activists, Journalist and citizens that will be present at the Data Party (See our Education Funds Tracker here)
c.   Learn how to leveraging on the FOI Act to access data and many more

Feel free to share with your colleagues and networks.
 

For more enquiries: hamzy@connecteddevelopment.org;
oladotun@connecteddevelopment.org

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