We are passionate about making important data visible and actionable in order to change global patterns. We have 25 years of experience from global development and web industry.
The Digital Portal will allow users to track implementation of the Global Goals at the national and subnational levels in Colombia. The project is being implemented together with Colombia's Department of National Planning (DNP) and its National Statistics Authority (DANE). A prototype will be launched in 2017. The project is funded by Sida through the Swedish Embassy in Bogota.
Crash Course 2030 is a digital quizz which aims to make the Agenda 2030 and the global goals known to the public. The web page is divided into 5 modules with interactive quizzes, voting, etc. The purpose is to, in a simple way, allow the users to interact with the global goals and understand which specific challenges Sweden faces in the implementation of the Global Goals.
The website has been designed with information from various sources including from the World Bank, UNSDSN and Stockholm Environment Institute.
The interactive website has been developed by Data Act Lab in collaboration with Lapidus Interactive. The project is funded by Sida.
Ending Rural Hunger is a toolkit to assess each countries’ global efforts to end hunger by 2030 (SDG2). The online platform contains data on FNS needs, policies and resources across 116 countries and merges these results with an assessment of how developed countries’ policies and aid efforts contribute to the end of rural hunger.
The Investments to End Poverty programme looks at the impact of financial resources on reducing poverty. It provides independent, reliable, accessible data and information on resource flows and promotes the idea that all resources have a role to play in getting poverty to zero.
The African Leadership Transitions Tracker (ALTT) is an interactive feature that factually recounts and visually presents changes at the head of state level in every African country from independence or end of the colonial period to the present.
Millions Saved is a collection of success stories in global health - cases in which large-scale efforts to improve health in developing countries have succeeded. The initiative aims to catalyze action among a broad array of audiences. In this project multimedia is used to bring the case stories to life in a way that text alone cannot, putting faces to statistics and voices to key actors.