• UNICEF’s Open Source Approach to Innovation

    Yesterday, DPGA Co-Founder UNICEF published this article outlining UNICEF’s various tools and platforms that operationalise its commitment to open source. Please find an excerpt below. UNICEF has a 70-year history of innovating for children and believes that new approaches, partnerships and technologies that support the realization of children’s rights are critical to improving their lives. […]

  • Series Part 4: Meet our Co-Founder, UNICEF

    This week, we wrap up our four part series highlighting the work of each Digital Public Goods Alliance co-founder. This week we’re featuring UNICEF. If you missed it, check out the rest of the series featuring iSPIRT, Norway and Sierra Leone. And, for more on the DPGA follow us on Twitter or sign up for our […]

  • Series Part 3: Meet our Co-Founder, Sierra Leone

    This is the third in a four-part series featuring exciting work from the Co-Founders of the Digital Public Goods Alliance. This week we’re featuring Sierra Leone. If you missed it, check out Part 1 on iSPIRT or Part 2 on Norway.   Sierra Leone  Sierra Leone’s Directorate of Science, Technology & Innovation (DSTI) has highlighted how […]