The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data supports country partners at the national and sub-national levels in Tanzania to develop and implement whole-of-government, multi-stakeholder data roadmaps for sustainable development.
The Tanzania Data Lab is a data science hub in Dar es Salaam that has come out of a partnership between the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Working under the umbrella of the Data Collaboratives for Local Impact (DCLI) MCC/PEPFAR partnership, the dLab is at the forefront of building a data-driven ecosystem in Tanzania – at a national level and among individuals - by working concurrently to augment the demand for data, increase the supply of it, and improve local technical capacity.
There are a number of other data innovation activities currently supporting sustainable development in Tanzania. See below for blogs, partner activities, initiatives, and resources related to sustainable development data in Tanzania.
Ahora más que nunca - haciendo realidad la promesa de los registros administrativos: aspectos destacados del intercambio de experiencias ALC - África
Now more than ever - realizing the full promise of administrative data: highlights from the LAC-Africa Peer Exchange
Los datos de 'rutina' pueden brindar un impulso extraordinario en las oportunidades de vida, dicen los gobiernos de América Latina y África
'Ordinary' data can deliver extraordinary boost in life chances say Latin American and African governments
Government of Kenya and private sector to collaborate on mobile phone data protection & privacy framework
Using Data to Address Climate Challenges: Five Takeaways From Sierra Leone and Tanzania
New satellite technology tool transforms ability to manage food security in five African countries
Brokering a Solution to Address Country-Level Challenges: The Africa Regional Data Cube
Data for Development Festival
Recap of the UN World Data Forum: Using OpenStreetMap for the Sustainable Development Goals
Intercambio de experiencias entre América Latina y el Caribe y África sobre registros administrativos
Climate Change Open Data for Sustainable Development: Case Studies From Tanzania and Sierra Leone
Recently, PAL Network members designed and implemented the International Common Assessment of Numeracy (ICAN) across 13 countries using a common tool. ICAN is an open-source, robust and easy-to-use assessment tool, available in 11 languages, that offers international comparability of results aligned to SDG 4.1.1 (a).
The study aimed to demonstrate proof of concept in two ways: