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OpenData presentation on 2nd ASCOL Open Expo 16 September 2013

Open as free to use share and modify, OKF Nepal give presentation on topic OpenData & OpenSpending which was held on 2nd ASCOL Open Expo 16 September 2013. OpenData was presented by Prakash Neupane Ambassador for Open knowledge foundation Nepal and OpenSpending from Manish Dangol. Prakash Neupane start the presented with topic what is OpenData? […]

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Report: [DM1] Data MeetUp at Islington College

Probably Nepal’s first ever Data Meetup was successfully conducted on September 09, 2013 at Islington College, Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu with around 30 participants. So, what is a Data Meetup? Data Meetup is simply a gathering of data enthusiasts, who are interested in data science, data journalism, data wrangling, data analysis, data visualization and other data works. […]

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[DM1]Data Meetup at Islington College

Data Meetup at Islington College When: 9th September 2013 Location : Islington College What is happening? This is the first meetup for us and we are targeting to do Data Introductory Session which include general concept on data, The major objective of this meetup is getting more people interested to work on data rather than […]

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Announcement for Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal Meetup2

Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal meetup is an interaction event, where we gather an share/learn on certain topic. So that we can flourished the open data environment. This is the kind of networking program where people from different place gather and know each other. For this time, we choose the topic “Right to Information” Objective: What […]

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Kathmandu Metropolitan in City Spending Data Party

Kathmandu Metropolitan is largest city of Nepal, Most of the ministries, administrative office, country governing body, legislative entity, security force are in this city. So it is obvious to have the Kathmandu metropolitan in the highest interest of nation. Because of it, every year government has allocated big amount of budget for functioning it, beside […]

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City Spending Data Party : Kathmandu 2013

We are living in capital of Nation. We get all the important facilities from school to hospitals and many more. Have we ever think where they get money? obviously government is funding them. Everyone should have information about the money has been spent. So We together with other country excited to announce a global city […]

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Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal Meetup 1

After 4 months of establishment, Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal has started regular meetup in command to create environment to create, plan, discuss and share on Open Knowledge activities, products and programs, where the concern actors and stakeholders will be part of it. Date: 28th June 2013 Venue: GPA Building , Kamaladi Kathmandu The main agendas […]

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AOSC is finally in ground with the vision of openness

The principles, protocols and values of open definition and freedom philosophy is rising in Nepal, If we see the last few month in sum, we can visualized the great impact. On the same track, new open source community born this month, they named it ACME Open Source Community (AOSC). Very energetic, passionate and red/hot blooded […]

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Pernillan and Pudo with hackers in Nepal

Last week, ┬álot of events were happening on support to develop the open, transparency and accountability Nepal. World Bank had directly involved to organize Open Data Literacy Bootcamp and hackathon where the international organization, civic institution like Open Institute, Open AID Partnership, Development Gateway participated to make it better. Open Nepal has launched at the […]

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South Asia and Neighbor Regional Meeting -1

We named this meeting as -1, because it was neither any planned/formal one or it was participated by majority. The idea of regional meeting was on discussion. Date: 9th June 2013, Participants Prakash Neupane, Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal Nurunnaby Chawdhury(Hasive), Open Knowledge Foundation, Bangladesh Major Agenda of Discussion was: Introduction Status of Open Knowledge Foundation […]

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