Management response to the evaluation of the Open Data for Development Program
Progress was made in efforts to develop an inclusive global agenda, increase open data capacities in government and civil society actors, and to create instruments that provide quantitative and qualitative references for the open data field. Recommendations for the second phase of the Open Data for Development (OD4D) program are outlined, and important lessons from the review are noted: the value of the ecosystem approach; the flexible and successful combination of using both global and local partners; and the need to commit to long-term capacity building based on an agenda led by local stakeholders.
Response to “Evaluation of the Open Data for Development Program : final report”
OPEN DATA, OPEN DATA FOR DEVELOPMENT, OD4D, DATA POLICY, INNOVATION, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, CAPACITY BUILDING, THEORY OF CHANGE, GLOBAL