Registration for Women in Data Virtual Conference 2021 is now open!

- Open Knowledge Nepal | Thu Mar 18 2021

While Nepal’s first Women in Data Conference was hosted by The Data for Development (D4D) Programme on February 23, 2019 with the theme डाटा शक्ति नारी शक्ति – ‘where two superpowers meet’ and brought together influential people from the sector, 2020’s plans were met with a halt due to the on-going pandemic. This year however, Learn more

Srijana experience of making her hands dirty with ML and Drones

- Open Knowledge Nepal | Fri Jul 12 2019

This blog post is written by Srijana Raut, an Open Data Women Fellow 2019 Most of the students, including myself are eager to find a platform that matches their interest and experience.  Since my interest is on Data Science, I suggest myself to be an applicant of Open Data Women Fellowship 2019. I came to Learn more

Understanding the ecosystem: Fellowship journey of Bidhya

- Open Knowledge Nepal | Wed Jul 10 2019

This blog post is written by Bidhya Rimal, an Open Data Women Fellow 2019 I got the opportunity to be engaged in Open Data Women Fellowship and it was one of the most unique experiences where I got to learn various ideas and engage with other women who were working in data. It was serendipitous Learn more

Ankita’s experience of understanding the impact of vehicle emission in air pollution

- Open Knowledge Nepal | Fri Jul 05 2019

This blog post is written by Ankita Karki, an Open Data Women Fellow 2019 The journey of Open Data Women Fellowship was one of the most amazing experiences for me. I accidentally stumbled upon the fellowship program through social media. I literally loved the concept of bringing together 10 women fellows and giving them the Learn more

Subha’s journey to explore Mobile Data Collection

- Open Knowledge Nepal | Thu Jun 27 2019

This blog post is written by Subha Maharjan, an Open Data Women Fellow 2019 One fine day, I saw some of my friends sharing the Open Data Women Fellowship post on Facebook. Open Data Fellowship – Women Edition is a fellowship which focuses on strengthening and empowering women towards the Open Data Movement. As I Learn more