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Open Aid Data Conference and Hackday, Berlin, 28-29 September 2011

on August 31st, 2011 at 9:05:13 AM

The Open Aid Data conference, organized by OpenAid, the Open Knowledge Foundation, the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Transparency International Germany, will bring together practitioners from various organizations for discussion and exchange about new solutions, and about how technology, the Internet, and particular open data can make aid more transparent – because not all of the money is spent effectively.

Prior to the conference, a Hackday will be organized on the 28th of September at the Böll-Foundation in Berlin to bring developers together to experiment on technical and data solutions to

Aid Transparency Barcamp Nepal on August 4th

on August 2nd, 2011 at 3:56:20 PM

Aid Transparency Barcamp Nepal, run jointly by YoungInnovationPvt. Ltd and aidinfo, is a conference to raise the awareness of the foreign aid scenario in Nepal. It intends to create a platform to initiate conversations and connections on the effective use of ICTs to support aid transparency and effectiveness. There will be a chance for organisations and individuals to showcase innovative ideas and tools that promote effective accessibility and visualization of aid data.