To celebrate International day for women and girls in science, Pratikshya Pandey (CEO, Smart Cheli) and Princi Koirala (Co-Founder, Moonlit Solutions), mentors to girls and women in this field, shares insights on universal hurdles girls face in STEM and their provide recommendations.
To launch Phase II of the D4D programme in Nepal which aims to develop data and information ecosystems at the provincial and local spheres with local stakeholders who have the knowledge and capabilities to demand, produce and use data for evidence-based decision-making that addresses local development challenges.
To increase the interest of young Nepali women in the field of data and statistics, raise the profile of women working in data and further grow women's engagement in data, the D4D Program is hosting the Women in Data Conference and follow-on training sessions.
To strengthen evidence-use in efforts aimed at understanding and addressing Nepal’s air pollution, the D4D Program supported Clean Up Nepal and Air South Asia to conduct a 3-day workshop on open data for air quality.
To build the capacity of Nepal’s youth to understand the value, interact with data and lead the open data agenda, the D4D Program supported YUWA to conduct a series of youth leadership and data workshops around Nepal.
To sensitize business in Nepal to the potential benefits afforded to them by open data, the D4D Program worked with the National Business Initiative to hold a roundtable discussion on “Open Data for Business” with business leaders.