At the GIZ Data Lab we firmly believe that partnering is key. As an integral part of our work we engage with some of the most renowned actors in the data innovation space to co-design and implement initiatives, benefit from each other's strengths and thus,
can have a bigger impact than each of us would be able to achieve individually. Below we list some of the partners with whom we have worked closely over the past months. Many others have contributed to the experiments, the design and overall work of the GIZ Data Lab.
PULSE LAB JAKARTA is a joint data innovation facility of the United Nations (Global Pulse) and the Government of Indonesia (via the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas). The Lab employs a mixed-method approach, through which it harnesses alternative data sources and advanced data analytics methods to obtain actionable insights and applies human-centered design to ground-truth insights from its data analysis and research, providing evidence to inform policy makers.
DATA-POP ALLIANCE is a collaborative laboratory of researchers, experts, practitioners, policymakers, and activists created in 2013 out of MIT, Harvard and ODI. They aim at changing the world with data through three pillars of work: diagnosing local realities and human problems with data and AI; mobilizing capacities, communities, and ideas towards more data literate societies; and, ultimately, transforming the systems and processes that underpin our communities and societies.
DALBERG DATA INSIGHTS seeks to identify data solutions to international development challenges. Leveraging novel and disruptive technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, Dalberg Data Insights offers products and solutions in fields such as food security and disease surveillance.