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The need for African regional cooperation to improve data governance: Insights from the #RestoreDataRights Initiative
How control of data is making international aid agencies so powerful
The imperativeness of data governance in the the African Continental Free Trade Agreement
Dissecting digital power inequities: Reflections from digital rights experts for development practitioners
Five ways data is bolstering African countries' resilience to the pandemic and other global shocks
Press release: The Data Values Project will drive action to address failing data systems.
Press Release: New collaboration will assist African national statistical offices with big data analytics
Power to the people: citizen-generated data will unlock solutions to antimicrobial resistance
As Global Partnership For Sustainable Development Data turns 5, the world needs actionable data more than ever
Street-connected children and COVID-19: When invisibility in data means going hungry
Data user challenges loom large: Learning from public private data sharing in the time of COVID-19
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Earth observation data to tackle development challenges: Reflections from the WEF Annual Meeting in Davos
One piece of the population data puzzle: civil registration and identity management systems to help the extreme poor
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Statistical capacity building on forced displacement: An urgent need for SDGs & GCR indicators?
We’re constantly creating data – let’s use it: accelerating SDG progress through timely data
The power of population data: data of the people, by the people, for the people to achieve Agenda 2030
Barriers and Solutions in using Mobile For Development: Connecting Directly to Citizens for Scalable Impact
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