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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PesaCheck is East Africa’s first indigenous fact-checking initiative to hold public officials and th

Mzalendo meaning “Patriot” is a website that was developed to help keep track of the activities of K

Planning for Informality: What is your city doing to upgrade informal settlements? Planning for Info

GovChat is a web platform that also uses Whatsapp and USSD to allow citizens to connect with governm

Villageois 2.0 is an association which aims to raise awareness among citizens of Guinea on the advan

The aim of BudgIT is to simplify the national budget and matters of public spending for Nigerian cit

iCampus is Liberia’s first multi-disciplinary, innovation and community space for change-makers focu

Noble Missions is a tech non-profit social enterprise based in Nigeria with support from volunteers

Mobile Web Ghana is a technology hub that trains the youth in entrepreneurship; mobile and web techn

MobiSAM (Mobile Social Accountability Monitoring) began as an idea between friends discussing their

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