11th November 2021

Can the Spiral of Silence Undermine Open Government?

Open government initiatives are based on making governments more accessible, more responsive, more transparent, and more accountable to citizens. Citizen engagement and participation are central to […]
27th October 2021


Welcome to the Africa Open Data Network Monthly resource list for OCTOBER 2021. Every month we put together content including a reading list, avenues for capacity […]
23rd February 2021

The Utility of Cross-Sector Gender Data Linkages for Inclusive Development Outcomes in Africa

Over the years, Africa has adopted a raft of development frameworks that have highly influenced its development agenda. Such frameworks include Agenda 2063 at the regional […]
17th June 2020

Kenya models County Peer Review Mechanism for more responsive governance at the sub-national level

The Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a continental level platform used to promote and enhance good governance through peer to peer learning and active public […]
29th July 2019

AODN hosts an Open Data policy co-creation workshop

The Africa Open Data Network (AODN) recently hosted an Open Data Policy co-creation workshop in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop brought together representatives from government, civil society […]
29th July 2019

Meet the 2019-2020 Africa Open Data Fellows

Claude Migisha, Rwanda Claude K. Migisha is a Technologist based in Rwanda with over a decade of experience in the areas of ICT innovation management, ICT […]