Open data hub

Free access to data and information is crucial for making decisions on international development. It helps to identify and focus on common goals, to measure progress, to enable learning and to encourage innovation. It increases the transparency and responsiveness of governments, civil society and the private sector. It underpins the measurement of the sustainable development goals.

Our open data hub is packed with content to inspire and connect NGOs who want to share and use open data in their projects. It also provides practical support for using the IATI open data standard.

Open data case studies

Omega is a research organisation based in Manchester, UK. It was established in 1990 to research the impact on human rights of international transfers of Military, Security and Police (MSP) technologies.
Closes: 15 January 2018
£60,000
This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual with a passion for international development and child rights to drive AbleChildAfrica forward in its next phase.
Closes: 8 January 2018
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) an independent, medical, emergency relief organisation, is seeking a new Head of Department – Human Resource Management.
Closes: 8 January 2018

Open data resources

Omega is a research organisation based in Manchester, UK. It was established in 1990 to research the impact on human rights of international transfers of Military, Security and Police (MSP) technologies.
Closes: 15 January 2018
£60,000
This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual with a passion for international development and child rights to drive AbleChildAfrica forward in its next phase.
Closes: 8 January 2018
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) an independent, medical, emergency relief organisation, is seeking a new Head of Department – Human Resource Management.
Closes: 8 January 2018