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Insights and Impact

Is there a digital recipe for country resilience?

A year ago, Skye Gilbert, Director, Digital Square, PATH and I wondered whether the COVID-19 pandemic would accelerate the pace of digital transformation, and recommended in a blog post the five…

Insights and Impact

Collaborating to measure digital transformation: Sharing DIAL’s draft Digital Transformation Indicator Library for consultation and comment

DIAL is excited to share a draft of our Digital Transformation Indicator Library for comment and consultation. The Indicator Library is a key resource for our work to accelerate country demand for…

Insights and Impact

DIAL’s Recommendations for the LDC5 Agenda

The Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) at the United Nations Foundation has appreciated the opportunity to submit our comments, via the Virtual Consultation with Civil Society Representatives, for…

Insights and Impact

Building the GovStack approach to government

Last week, Estonia, DIAL, Germany, and ITU celebrated the launch of the GovStack website - "GovStack" is the official brand for the partnership our four…

Insights and Impact

Addressing the unrealized potential of MD4D

Announcing DIAL and Data Pop Alliance’s new online Handbook on Mobile Data for Development (MD4D) Last week, the Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) and Data Pop Alliance made public a free online…

Proven Software and Technology

WHO and DIAL Share Data

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, governments, donors, and NGOs are all working to understand what digital technologies could be deployed for contract tracing, diagnosis, and treatment of…

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Procurement of Digital – DIAL guidance now available

In our last blog on public procurement we outlined our findings from a series of stakeholder needs analysis interviews we conducted, suggesting there is often a…

DIAL 2021-2026 Strategic Plan: Digital Beacons

Working better to accelerate national digital transformations and responsible data use so that we can reach everyone, everywhere. Strategy Overview: Objective 1: Accelerate Country…

Insights and Impact

Getting stronger together: Promising signals that international digital cooperation can accelerate digital transformation in Africa

Over the past two weeks, newspapers have been filled with progress made by the international scientific community to trial and release global vaccine candidates to inoculate us against COVID-19.…

Insights and Impact

Procurement of Digital: Can We Simplify Complexity

In July this year, DIAL and Deloitte began work on the development of a toolset to support governments in low resource settings to improve their digital…

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