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Implementers and policy makers who need quality digital tools and guidance to support their development programming or improve development outcomes.
Donors that need to coordinate and measure their investments.
Technology and ICT ministers that need to map their tech stack to ICT building blocks to understand what other use cases can be supported or where critical gaps exist.
Product owners of Digital Public Goods that want connect to potential users and supply the development ecosystem with innovative products.
Watch our demo and tutorial videos to learn how to use the Catalog
More Data! In many sectors, access to open data and and content is a critical part
of any digital project. The Catalog has a new tab called 'Open Data' that
provides links to over a hundred different open datasets allowing users to find valuable
information on population, agriculture, climate, and much more.
Read our blog to learn more about the open datasets feature
We are also happy to introduce new commenting and dialog functionality in the Catalog. Users can now easily ask questions, post comments, and engage in dialog about digital products, use cases, or building blocks. The Catalog community has immense knowledge and experience in digital development, and this new feature allows users to share advice, resources and best practices with each other.