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Haiti - Technology : Competition for the best digital tools to strengthen governance
13/09/2017 09:56:13

Haiti - Technology : Competition for the best digital tools to strengthen governance
The French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Transparency International, French International Cooperation and Liberty Living-Lab are launching a competition to identify the best digital tools to strengthen governance in developing countries.

The Digital and Transparency Prize will reward the best digital tools to curb corruption and developed by civil society (individuals and organizations). It will strengthen and promote existing initiatives in support of democratic governance in Francophone developing countries, in three categories: openness of data for the transparency of public action; citizen control for good governance; and a tool for preventing and combating corruption.

In addition, the French incubator of civil and social technological innovation and the Liberté Living-Lab, will offer to one or more of the candidate projects a free three-month residence on its premises in Paris.

The designation of the winners will be ensured by a jury composed of experts from the digital sector and the anti-corruption movement. All applications from developing countries, using innovative digital tools to stop corruption, will be examined.

Entries are open from September 11 to October 20, 2017.

The prizes will be awarded on December 8, 2017 at an official ceremony to be held in Paris.

Eligibility :

  • To have a valid passport: in order that the prize can be disbursed, it is imperative that the legal representative of the winning project be physically in Paris during the award ceremony on December 8, 2017 ;
  • Being worn by a legal person of more than one year (created before 1 December 2016), the document proving its creation must be provided ;
  • >Le compte bancaire est au nom de la personne morale ;
  • The project team should be composed of at least one technology expert ;
  • The project uses a digital channel in the ICT category ;
  • The project must have gone beyond the idea ;
  • The project should not be based on more than 60% of an already proven technology or method ;
  • Financial balances must be attained or attainable (after receiving the envelope allocated to the winner).

Download the regulation : http://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Reglement_Prix_Numerique_et_Transparence_DEF1.pdf

ONLINE REGISTRATION : www.transparency.org/prix-numerique-et-transparence

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