Resources that include links to or analysis of datasets for procurement data from low and middle income countries.
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Examples of national pharmaceutical procurement and supply chain institutions were identified through rapid search and input from experts. Institutions identified were largely from Africa. Up-to-date details of the governance of these institutions was not easy to find within the scope of this work. The resources in the annotated bibliography of this report include grey literature and media articles to give some information where strong evidence in this area is lacking. This overview highlights some of the findings on institutions from different countries.
How a strategic understanding of current and potential users of city data—and their role in the data ecosystem—is helping New York City realize its promise of Open Data for All.
Improved public service delivery begins with knowing whether the services offered are working as intended. But too often public service providers lack the means to solicit citizen feedback. When feedback is available, the data typically represents the interests of only a fraction of users. This is especially true in Nigeria where persistent underdevelopment of infrastructure, including roads, internet access, and electricity, constrains the ability of the country’s poor to provide feedback. Those who stand to gain the most from effective public services have the fewest opportunities to input on their design.
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“A study of Public Procurement in the Health sector and Availability of Procurement Data” was conducted for mapping the existing procurement related laws, Gaps, issues and challenges of EGP and OCDS in Health Sector. The study also aimed for assessment of procurement of selected medicines, vaccines, including cost calculation and price variations.