Case studies

The Civic Tech Innovation Network (CTIN) is welcoming any case studies that focus on topics related to civic tech. The African Civic Tech Case Studies is a project aimed at building and creatively disseminating an aggregation of African case studies on civic tech practices and lessons from various contexts. We would like to share your work and lessons far and wide with our community of practice. This is part of our purpose as CTIN – to build up and strengthen the civic tech community in South Africa and the rest of Africa through sharing and engagement.

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DRSE.G is licensed by the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) to observe competing political

Kijiji Yeetu is a registered nonprofit organization to activate village resources, knowledge, and as

CheckIT is a flexible, event-based mobile inspection tool designed by VPUU to improve the delivery o

Digital Woman Uganda is a civic tech and Digital Rights Advocacy organisation operating an ICT power

Farmerline is a Ghanaian social enterprise that develops solutions to increase access to farmers and

Yogera (Meaning ‘speak up’) is an initiative working together with citizens and government to reduce

Wazimap, from the Xhosa word ulwazi for knowledge, provides easy access to South African census and

The A21 Campaign (commonly referred to as “A21”) is a global non-profit, non-governmental organisati

SEMA is an SMS chatbot that facilitates feedback about public institutions and public service delive

The Durban EDGE is an open data portal launched in November 2019 by the City of eThekwini. The porta

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