data.org seeks to democratize and reimagine the use of data to tackle society’s greatest challenges and improve lives across the globe. Our current initiatives aim to advance inclusive growth, build capacity, mitigate and adapt to climate change and fight pandemics.
data.org envisions a world that uses the power of data to tackle society’s greatest challenges and improve lives across the globe. Launched by, and in close partnership with the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and The Rockefeller Foundation, data.org serves as a platform for partnerships committed to engaging thinkers, doers, funders, researchers, capacity builders, and dreamers to work together to build the field of data for social impact.
data.org supports initiatives to strengthen the human and organizational capacity required to advance the field and develop a data mindset and capability within organizations and the sector as a whole.
data.org believes that the field of data has a responsibility to help tackle the most pressing challenges and commits to democratizing and advancing public goods like data sets, tools, resources, and knowledge required to transform the ecosystem.
Building, supporting, and empowering interdisciplinary teams is a commitment to a mindset. A mindset that we honor the hard work of our colleagues to date, while taking advantage of new tools to innovate and build better ways of solving old problems.
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