Open Data Impact Map

A public database of organizations that use open data from around the  world.

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About the Map

The Open Data Impact Map, a project of the  Open Data for Development Network (OD4D), is a public database of organizations that use open government data from around the world. Open Data is publicly available data that can be accessed and reused by anyone free of charge.

The Open Data Impact Map, a project of the  Open Data for Development Network (OD4D), is a public database of organizations that use open government data from around the world. Open Data is publicly available data that can be accessed and reused by anyone free of charge.

The Map was developed to provide governments, international organizations, and researchers with a more comprehensive understanding of the demand for open data. By mapping these organizations using open data, we can better identify, get feedback on, and improve the most valuable government datasets.

The Map includes  organizations (companies, nonprofits, academic institutions and developer groups) that  use open government data  for advocacy, to develop products and services, improve operations, inform strategy and conduct research.

The Open Data Impact Map is a project of the Open Data for Development (OD4D) program, a partnership funded by  Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the World Bank, United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID), and Global Affairs Canada (GAC). It has been developed and is managed by the Center for Open Data Enterprise.

The Open Data Impact Map is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License