Data Scientist, Development Data Group, World Bank
Tariq Khokhar is a Data Scientist and the institution's Open Data Evangelist. His interests lie where technology, transparency, poverty and data meet. He guides the World Bank's strategy on Open Data and Open Development and is responsible for internal and external outreach and execution. Prior to joining the Bank, Tariq led innovation and community engagement work at Aidinfo and the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). He was formerly a director of Bond UK and the Chief Development Officer of Aptivate, where he delivered technology policy, strategy and implementation projects for governments, NGOs and international organisations. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge, has close relationships in the global Open Data and Open Government communities and currently lives in Washington DC.
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- Open Data at the UNDP
- Seven things I learned about data visualization
- What's the Most Popular World Bank Open Data?
- This week: Open Access, Big Data and Development Policy
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- Data and Feedback for Development
- The Top 5 Ways to Access World Bank Data
- Open Data and Mapping for Disasters and Development
- What's special about open data in Kenya?