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Accessible Government Data: Is there a need?

Accessible Government Data: Is there a need?

anjesh

May 05, 2017
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  1. Accessible Government Data: Is there a need? Anjesh Tuladhar YoungInnovations

  2. Housing Grants Recipients list for 11 districts http://www.dolidar.gov.np/reconstruction/housing/ 1

  3. Content of PDF File for Dhading District 1

  4. PDF converted to structured yet unclean CSV (Excel) 1

  5. Structured data but problems with the content. Difficult to analyze

    data 1
  6. What if Aginchok VDC secretary wants to verify the VDC

    dwellers name? She has to go through the list one by one 1
  7. Are these data accessible? 1

  8. Lets see the Education data from Flash Reports

  9. An analysis on education data on Dailekh district in Nepal

    http://opennepal.net/blog/education-status-dailekh-district-data-perspective 2
  10. Students enrolments for grades 1 to 10 for 6 years

    in Dailekh Flash Report 2
  11. Gender equality is somehow maintained in Dailekh? Gender distribution in

    different grades 2
  12. Distribution of students among different ethnic groups Dalits students dropped

    at alarming rate on their way to grade 10 2
  13. https://thehimalayantimes.com/opinion/girls-education-failed-programme/ 2

  14. Are Flash Reports accessible? 2

  15. Lets see Dutch Education system

  16. Open and accessible data Increases efficiency http://education.okfn.org/open-education-holland/ The Dutch Ministry

    of Education has published all of their education-related data online for re-use. Since then, the number of questions they receive has dropped, reducing work-load and costs, and the remaining questions are now also easier for civil servants to answer, because it is clear where the relevant data can be found. Open data is also making government more effective, which ultimately also reduces costs. http://opendatahandbook.org/guide/en/why-open-data/ 3
  17. https://duo.nl/open_onderwijsdata/databestanden/po/bekostiging/bek-mi-bo.jsp 3

  18. http://schooltip.net/index_en.html/ • A variety of tools were build, such as

    schooltip.net, 10000scholen.nl, scholenvinden.nl, and scholenkeuze.nl. • used to stimulate discussion among parents about data that they can and want to view. • help on average 50,000 parents a month in finding the right school and allows them to compare its performance. 3
  19. We also have something similar but not enough. There are

    various groups working in data and analysis.
  20. http://www.npc.gov.np/human_development_indicators_by_district/ 4

  21. http://codefornepal.org/en/ 4

  22. http://data.opennepal.net 4

  23. Malnutrition and Budget

  24. 5

  25. One programme on Nutrition in Budget Is budget data accessible?

    5
  26. A quick look at FCGO portal and data

  27. http://www.fcgo.gov.np/report-publications/district-wise-expenditure/ 6

  28. 6

  29. 73/74 Chaitra 72/73 Chaitra Comparing inaccessible two PDFs data 6

  30. Low performing districts High performing districts in Chaitra compared to

    last year’s data 6
  31. How do we make it accessible? Is there a need

    to make it accessible? Is our government data accessible?
  32. How do we make it accessible? Is our government data

    accessible? Is there a need to make it accessible? Thank you Anjesh Tuladhar
 [email protected]