Visual Brief on Data Fair.

In collaboration with the Parliament of Ghana, the African Centre for
Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and INASP
organized a data fair at the Parliament of Ghana from 19-21 July, 2022.

This year’s fair is the second to be organized under the Data for Accountability Project (DAP).
The Inter-Departmental Research and Information Group (IDRIG) comprising
information units in the Parliament of Ghana have been important partners in the
successful implementation of these fairs. The DAP II project, which is funded by
the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, is a continuation of DAP I
(implemented from 2019 to 2021).

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