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20 April 2022

Africa Community Call: Effective project monitoring and data use for open contracting in Africa

Organisation: Open Contracting Partnership, Dataphyte. Location: Virtual 1PM WAT

You’re invited to this year’s first regional community call for Africa!

Reflecting on all of the work we did together in the past year and the growth in the amount of open contracting data being published on the continent, we want to continue to support you in your varying implementation journeys and boost the use of public procurement data in storytelling on government’s service delivery to its citizens.

Join us as we walk through effective project monitoring and data use in open contracting. You will hear from one of our partners in Nigeria, Dataphyte, on how they have analyzed sub-national contracting data and used it for project monitoring and storytelling.

We’re keen to help our community draw from their experience and create an avenue for other community members to share best practices in their own unique project monitoring experiences. We invite you to be a part of the conversation as we jointly work towards advancing procurement reform and impact in the African context.


  • Joshua Olufemi – Dataphyte
  • Adenike Aloba – Dataphyte
  • Edwin Muhumuza – OCP
  • Andie Okon – OCP

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Region: Sub-Saharan Africa

Audience: CSOs