29th Jul 2019
Governments continue to struggle with using data to improve governance. Even in the midst of a data revolution, some of them face the traditional challenges of lack of data, low quality data and outdated data. Others face the more contemporary challenge of making sense of mountains of data that are available to them. How can we enhance the use and analysis of data to support governance and government decision-making? This module, designed for government officials in developing countries, aims to help them understand data-driven governance and assist them in using data-driven governance in their jurisdictions.
DDG in Cambodian.pdf2.65 MB