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Insights and Impact

Cross-Post: 4 Use Cases for Internet Messaging Applications in Development Programs

Nearly half of the world’s population uses one or more messaging applications and increasingly, development organizations are seeing the value of using mobile messaging applications to reach both…

Insights and Impact

Statement by Kate Wilson, CEO of the Digital Impact Alliance on the UN High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation’s report and recommendations

Washington, DC – The Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) commends the United Nations Secretary-General's High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation on their work…

Insights and Impact

The Nexus of Bridging Digital Solutions with Cross Sector Development

I am neither a data nor a health specialist, yet it is at the nexus of the two where I have built my expertise. I took my very first steps on the sands of Dar es Salaam’s Msasani Bay, but it…

Responsible Use of Network Data

Cross-Post: What Should Donors do to Support Responsible Data?

Donors such as USAID have a critical role to play in encouraging greater respect and protection of the data of vulnerable individuals and groups. They can help to reduce data-related risks…

Responsible Use of Network Data

Why We Should All Be Working Towards Collaborative Value Generation Around Big Data

The world’s data is expected to double every two years for the foreseeable future, thanks to increasing connectivity and progress in technology. This abundance of data combined with advances in…

Digital Principles

What I’ve Learned (and Will Learn) in Kampala Shouldn’t Stay in Kampala

I’m excited to return to Kampala for the ICT4D conference representing the Digital Impact Alliance. When I left Kampala in 2012, my home of two and a half years, many things were different. I left…

Insights and Impact

Embracing New Approaches to Our Work When Projects ‘Fail’: What We’ve Learned About Financial Modelling for ICT4D

Last year, as part of its mission to identify effective and efficient digital solutions to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), DIAL set out to develop a financial modelling tool exp

Responsible Use of Network Data

Expanding Health Coverage Using Mobile Phone Data

By Rachel Sibande (Digital Impact Alliance), Erwin Knippenberg (Cooper/Smith) On April 10th, the Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) in partnership with the Malawi Ministry of Health and Cooper/Smith…

Proven Software and Technology

Cross-Post: Why We Need A ‘Whole-of-Government’ Approach to Digital Investments

*The below text is the Foreword of the newly launched SDG Digital Investment Framework paper. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set to be achieved by 2030, are not…

Mobile Distribution Channels

Promoting Mobile Sector Engagement in Malawi

DIAL convened a one-day Mobile Engagement Workshop in Lilongwe, Malawi on 20 Feb, 2019, bringing together 55 people from over 30 organizations. There was senior representation from the development…

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