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#OpenDataDemand Indonesia

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Felipe Estefan

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#OpenDataDemand
bit.ly/OpenDataDemand
#OpenDataDemand
finances.worldbank.org
What is the demand for open data?
Offline Pilots
Challenges to Measuring Demand
@OpenNotion
@FelipeEstefan
open-contracting.org
Non-Attribution

Anecdote driven– where do my stories and experiences fit?

Online Open Data Activities vs. Offline Beneficiaries of International Development

How do we start defining the “unknown unknown?”
65% of the world population is offline
Online
Demand Research
Take Open Data Offline for Feedback

Understand what is useful about current information offerings at ground level:
What information is available?
How is information being used?

Understand what else would be useful:
How would information be used?

Community Generated Products & Communication Exercise:
How should information be communicated?
Intercepts faulty URL submissions and offers survey

Random sample
Country specific (Indonesia & Kenya)
Basic questions on access and use of financial information provided by government and international organizations

Results to be compared to survey & offline pilots


Felipe Estefan FEstefan@worldbank.org
Nano Survey
bit.ly/OpenDataDemand
INDONESIA:
48 hours = 2000+ responses
12% completion rate
Early Results
Submissions from 26 countries
Users of open data (90.5% of respondents) have also used financial data (75.6%)
CSO driven use cases in Morocco & Nigeria
Why Desa Ban?
Offline Community
Presence of development projects including participatory PNPM projects
Local partner (Kopernik) network community
Online & Offline
Open Data Demand Research Pilot
PILOT: Desa Ban


Sam Lee SLee23@worldbank.org
Community Meeting
Preparation
Getting Additional Data
from Sub-District PNPM office
PNPM Project Information Board
Community Session Structure
Community Convenes
Desa Ban Youth Group Interacts with Data
Desa Ban Women's Group Interacts with Data
Youth Group Designs Community-Generated Poster
Community-Generated Poster Being Finalized
Sharing Poster in the Local Market
Conducting Survey on Communication Preferences
Multi-media Documentation
Why does open financial/contracting data matter?
What should guide publisher of open data and open government advocates?
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