NEPAL SOLVE-A-THON 2019
Find data-driven solutions to issues facing our society today. See the preliminary list of solveathon projects and where you can contribute below.
Collaborate, contribute, and advance your data skills while working on data projects.
Contribute to an emerging open data community in Nepal. Build open-source data solutions to the selected problems.
Kathmandu University School of Management
DEC 14 - 15, 2019
Goal: Develop an online open data portal that will incorporate data from local and government sources, local and regional organizations, research institutes and the general public to track and map out implementation of inclusive policies in education for people with disabilities.
Goal: Use unstructured data published in the budget sheets to create an interactive open data web portal that shows the province level budget allocation and spending. Users will get easy access to the province level budget, and will be able to analyze it by using different filters charts. Using machine learning, predict budget for the upcoming fiscal year (Stretch goal).
Goal: Using existing financial data (e.g.,financial institutions and women’s access to finance data etc.) to develop visualization and creative solutions to address/ bridge this gap.
Goal: Using real time air pollution datasets, develop an auto-bot (e.g., twitterbot) for early warning system in the social media. Participants may additionally come up with other creative and useful data solutions using these datasets.
Goal: Use existing data on daily fruits and vegetable prices to create useful visualizations to compare prices, price trends, develop a price calculator for budget estimation or other useful data products.
Goal: Analyzing the past events and data, such as loss and damage during disaster, develop a budget allocation tool.
Goal: Create a tool that extracts and consolidates the alerts coming from NRB, Ministry of Finance, Department of Education, Ministry of Health website. The tool would help reduce information asymmetry and help entice public interest in Government information.
Do you have other data driven project ideas that you would like to work on during the Solveathon weekend?