School of Data and Code for Africa are stopping by Dar es Salaam in Tanzania this week. To celebrate this, they will host a Data Expedition on Data from the Water Ministry and other public data they can surface in Tanzania on:
Friday June 6th from 9:30 to 16:00 at BUNI Hub Join the team and register for free here.
David from Code for Africa and Ketty and Michael from School of Data are in Tanzania this week, mainly to assist the Ministry of Water and the National Bureau of Statistics. To round off the week they will guide a Data Expedition using some of the Data they have worked with. Data Expeditions are an experimental training concept developed by the School of Data to help you start working with data. You will explore different aspects of the data in a small team and learn from each other as well as our trainers in how to best deal with it.
Join the team at:
Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road, Kijitonyama
P.O. Box 4302
Dar es Salaam
Food and drinks will be provided for. The event is generously hosted by BUNI hub under the TANZICT Project, the World Bank and the Partnership for Open Data. The event will start out at 10am and work until around 4pm – A snack will be provided for lunch.