How can data be used to improve disease outbreak warning, urban planning, air quality, or agricultural production? Seven winning projects, which will receive support from the third round of funding for collaborative data innovation projects, do just that and more.
Following the success of the first round of funding in 2017 and the second round of funding in 2018 the World Bank’s Development Data Group and the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data launched the Collaborative Data Innovations for Sustainable Development Fund’s third round in June 2018.
This round called for ideas that had an established proof of concept that benefited local decision-making. We were looking for projects that fostered synergies, and collaborations that took advantage of the relative strengths and responsibilities of official and non-official actors in the data ecosystem.
- East Asia and Pacific
- South Asia
- sustainable cities
- 2019 Innovation Fund Recipients
- Development Data Innovation Projects
- Social Development
- urban planning
- Early Warning Outbreak Surveillance Systems (EWORS)
- disaster governance
- hydrological forecasting
- soil mapping
- urban sanitation