• Together with our partners, we create & support multi-stakeholder spaces where those focused on Africa’s data & agricultural transformation agendas connect. Read more.

  • We are studying the state of data in Africa to provide African Union member states and partners with the data they need to make the improvements we all need. Read more.

  • We are providing the technology tools, training and platforms that make it easier for the stakeholders in the African Data Ecosystem to get their job done. Read more.

Pan Africanist Voices

Because our agriculture has the lowest productivity in the world, the only way we are going to be able to catch up with productivity is by linking it to agro processing. Not living it alone, but adding value to the chain

Carlos LopesExecutive Secretary, UN Economic Commission for Africa
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    • Malabo Open Data Study

      The Maputo Declaration (2003) placed its 44 member African Countries on spotlight not only to increase their agriculture budget by 10% but increase their agricultural productivity by 6% annually.  The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) was also established in 2003 as Africa’s policy framework for agricultural transformation, wealth creation, food security and nutrition, economic […]

    • Gendered Open Data Report 2018

      Gender inequality is not only a worldwide moral or social issue, but also a sustainable development problem. With women accounting for over 50% of the world’s population1, persistent gender inequality continues to have a negative impact on sustainable development. The situation is no different in Anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa, which this report focuses on.2 Gender inequalities […]