While gender disparity in STEAM field is a global issue, social and cultural structures in Nepal add another layer of challenge while confronting this issue. More on what was discussed on this year's Women in Data Conference and real recommendations to encourage girls and women to get involved in data and STEAM.
Join us for the 2nd Women in Data Conference organized by the D4D program in partnership with Girls in Tech, Women Leaders in Technology, Women in STEAM & Open Knowledge Nepal , with the theme "Leveraging the Power of Women, Data and Technology"
Call for Applications: On behalf of the Data for Development Program implemented by The Asia Foundation in partnership with Development Initiatives, we would like to invite you to an interactive training on Quantitative and Qualitative Research Skills.
Saturday 2nd March 2019 is International Open Data Day. This day is celebrated by groups all over the world, bringing people together in local events to discuss, work with and champion open data, and this year will see the largest number of celebrations so far in Nepal
At the core of the data-for-development conversation is the critical need for more and better data, especially disaggregated social and demographic data, to make and measure progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals and to understand who is being left behind.