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From reducing inequity in Austin, Texas, to using SMS messaging and geocoded photos to monitor construction projects in Kaduna, Nigeria, the 20 communities in OGP Local are expanding — and energizing — what open government can accomplish.

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In Kenya, citizens ensure 30 percent of public procurement opportunities are set aside for youth, women, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented groups.

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A digital platform in Buenos Aires enables vulnerable citizens to access georeferenced health information and share concerns about quality of care.

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Austin is tackling historic inequity with a tool that allows citizens & government to measure the benefit of city initiatives in disadvantaged communities.

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In Indonesia, a women-led coalition gather on-the-ground information to inform public policies and services.

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Amid concerns over public sector corruption in Spain, Madrid’s City Council gives citizens greater insight into how policies work.

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From private toilets to community policing, the twin cities of Sekondi-Takoradi benefit from an ambitious citizen engagement program.

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Through the “Eyes and Ears” project, citizens help monitor government projects.

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