The Tanzania Data Lab (dLab) is a centre of activity located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, connecting the data revolution to national priorities, global commitments and diverse programmes and investments. The dLab is an open working space where data from multiple sectors and sources can be combined, processed and shared to drive better policies and decision-making.

The dLab also supports the development of a national roadmap for Tanzania to monitor progress toward meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The dLab is being implemented by a consortium of four organisations (the University of Dar es Salaam, SBC4D, Open Data Institute and IntraHealth) led by the University of Dar es Salaam Computing Centre.

dLab wishes to reach out to various data stakeholders across the East African region. The dLab is particularly interested in engaging with other labs, hubs or similar organisations active within the dLab’s priority themes of health, economic development, transparency and gender equality.

In light of the above, dLab have selected few performed activities and summarised them in the form of a brochure. These includes but not limited to the 2nd Round Table: Data gaps in agriculture and economic growth, 3rd Round Table: Exploring health and HIV&Aids data availability, use and reuse in Tanzania, PATH/ Intrahealth Hackathon, and Tanzania National Workshop – SDG Data Roadmap... 

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