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The annual ICT4D Conferences have proven to be an invaluable opportunity for NGOs, private sector organizations, universities, governmental agencies and foundations to share their experience in using ICT to increase the impact of development programs and to learn from each other.  In 2016, 750 individuals from 76 countries and 320 private sector and public sector and civil society explored the ways to harness the full power of digital solutions to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.  Our thanks to Accenture, Catholic Relief Services, Esri, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, iMerit Technology Services, Inmarsat, IS Solutions, Making All Voices Count, Mercy Corps, Microsoft, NetHope, Oxfam, Pandexio, Qualcom Wireless Reach, RTI International, SimbaNet and World Vision for making that possible.

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Monday, May 16 • 16:00 - 16:45
You Can't Have Big Data without Lots of Little Data FILLING

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All of the world's major donors have promised to release data about their effectiveness. The reality for most organizations is that this data doesn't yet exist in any usable form. How does information really flow between the field and stakeholders, how do we want it to flow, and how do we get there from here?

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Herb Caudill

Founder & CTO, DevResults
Herb Caudill is the founder and CTO of DevResults, a software platform for development projects and data. Herb grew up in a USAID family in Latin America and worked in Africa for 5 years, first teaching high-school math with the Peace Corps and then working on internet connectivity initiatives with USAID. He has been building web-based systems for international development organizations since 2000. Herb has an MBA from Georgetown University. He... Read More →


Monday May 16, 2016 16:00 - 16:45
Giraffe 205

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