Sudan Civic Monitor
Sudan Civic Monitor is an SIRP and Asmaa Society for Development asmaasociety.org initiative, in collaboration with other Sudanese civil society organizations, and technical support from eMoksha.org and Ushahidi.com. The initiative resulted from transforming the Sudan Vote Monitor website (and underlying Ushahidi platform) into an ongoing forum for monitoring and reporting on key indicators of civic activities and concerns. The Monitor serves as a platform to support CSOs' review of the status of peace, human and civil rights in Sudan and South Sudan.
Sudan Civic Monitor and Sudan Vote Monitor were funded by the Open Society Institute Initiative for East Africa.
Sudan Vote Monitor
Sudan Vote Monitor is a pilot project led by the Sudan Institute for Research and Policy (SIRP) http://www.sudaninstitute.org and Asmaa Society for Development http://asmaasociety.org, in collaboration with other Sudanese civil society organizations, and supported by eMoksha.organd Ushahidi.com (technical partners). The purpose of this initiative is to utilize information and communication technology (ICT) to support the independent monitoring and reporting of elections processes and results.
Sudan Institute joins Google, The World Bank, and UNOSAT to Map Southern Sudan
Washington D.C. April 28, 2011
On April 28, 2011 more than 70 participants representing Google, The World Bank, UN Satellite Operation (UNOSAT), Sudanese diaspora , and mapping volunteers gathered at the World Bank Headquarters to launch an initiative sponsored by Google to develop a better map for Southern Sudan. Click to read more...