WHO WE ARE
We are data listeners
living at the nexus of information and insight.
Global health systems are paramount to the health and wealth of a society and its people. The absence of illness and injury are but one measure of a strong health system. We, at GDOi, understand that strong systems - including reliable infrastructure, equitable policies, a stable economy, good governance and overall transparency, lead to sustainable, long-term outcomes for society as a whole.
And we believe our groundbreaking, data-driven models
will contribute to the advancements of global health development on the African continent.
At GDOi, we believe that the right understanding, technological edge and thorough implementation will lead to incredible insights that move whole communities towards building a successful, healthy and sustainable future, together.
THE UNITED NATION'S
One Indicator at a Time
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were launched in 2015 in an effort to “leave no one behind”. The set of seventeen main goals range from eradicating poverty and ensuring healthy lives & well-being for everyone to climate action and decent work & economic growth to life below water and on land. To ensure these goals are met, 244 indicators have been established to track overall progress - a huge undertaking.
GDOi is working to provide accurate data, forecasting and analysis to support the SDGs in partnership with host governments, citizens, international organizations and other key stakeholders.
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WHAT WE DO
We translate data into actionable insights.
Data without analysis are just numbers that cannot provide relevant, deep nor intuitive understanding. Timely, quality, relevant data are at the core of all that we do at GDOi. We utilize data to extract profound insights. Our main goal is finding smart ways to synthesize information to help build a better tomorrow for everyone, everywhere in Africa.
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."