Open Gender Data for Tanzania – What is missing? Why does it matter?

A free event for Open Data Day and International Women’s Day on the Open Data Landscape on Gender in Tanzania.

Join us for short presentations on the Open Gender Data landscape in Tanzania, and its implications, followed by a discussion, a chance to ask questions This will be followed by a visualisation workshop and mapathon.

Speakers include:

Revi Stirling – Director, USAID W-GDP WomenConnect Challenge will talk about financial inclusion and the digital divide.

Naledi Hollbruegge, Data Scientist at UNDP. Naledi has a background in Psychology and started her career in social research before becoming a data analyst focusing on self-service analytics tools and data visualisation. She now works with nonprofit organisations to support them in making more data-driven decisions and gain insights through effective data visualisation.

Dr Annemarie Middelburg. consultant and FGM expert.

Heather Leson, Technologist, Digital Strategy and Partnerships, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Cresent, co-curator Data Playbook

Laura Mugeha, Geospatial engineer & YouthMappers Regional Ambassador

Christina Reuben, Environmental Scientist, OMDTZ

Raya Idrissa Ahmada. Assistant Lecturer at the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and a Youthmappers Regional Ambassador. She is also the Founder of Mshauri STEM Initiative with the aim of helping young girls have STEM careers.

Register free at Eventbrite: Open Gender Data for Tanzania – What is missing? Why does it matter? Tickets, Sat 6 Mar 2021 at 16:00 | Eventbrite

Everyone welcome!

Date

Mar 06 2021
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Time

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm