Coding Bootcamps for Women in Pakistan
Employing women in the digital economy is a significant step in ensuring inclusiveness. In Pakistan, according to the Global Gender Gap Report 2017, women make 25.7% of the whole labor force, but this number is much lower in the tech sector, only 14%, as per a study conducted by P@SHA1 in 2012.
Providing country: Kenya
Receiving country: Pakistan
Urban Community Mapping
To improve the efficiency and accountability of the government, Tanzania wanted to increase citizen-based monitoring through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services. Increasing transparency and good governance are crucial aspects of the World Bank Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) and the Tanzanian National Strategy for Growth and…
Providing country: Kenya
Receiving country: Tanzania
Strengthening Open Government in Tunisia
In the wake of the Jasmine revolution, the Government of Tunisia made it a priority to improve government accountability and openness.  One way it sought to do so was through information and communication technologies (ICT). In 2011, the Government considered joining the Open Government Partnership (OGP).
Providing country: Brazil, Kenya
Receiving country: Tunisia
Strategies for Tackling Non-Communicable Diseases in Africa: The Case of Cancer Care and Control
The Cancer Care and Control South-South Knowledge Exchange brought together stakeholders from five countries in Africa — Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia — to share experiences, lessons, and good practices.  All five countries have initiated various programs to tackle the growing burden of cancer and have much to learn from each other.
Providing country: Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia, Uganda, Botswana
Receiving country: Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia, Uganda, Botswana