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iLab Liberia

Monrovia, Liberia
Joined April 2018


Presence in: Liberia, United States
Focus: Citizenship & Identification, Education, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health, Other, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Right to Information

iLab Liberia is a non-profit civic technology hub and co-working space that provides access to cutting-edge technology, with emphasis in promoting the Role of Law, Democracy, and Access to Information, human rights, etc.

We have worked in the west African region providing sustainable tech solutions to real-life problems in urban and rural communities, supporting government in ways to automate and enhance service delivery, engage and include citizens in decision making and civil society with tools for variety of projects implementation.

Our works covers Health, Education, Emergency crisis response, Data visualization and management, anti-corruption, Rape, Child Labor, Access to Information, Geospatial data analysis, Rule of Law, Early Warning, Land Tenure, Open government etc…

People Associated With This Organization

Carter Draper

iLab Liberia
Joined April 2018
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Community / Customary Land Rights, Education, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Right to Information
I'm a civil technologist. I've worked for the past 8 years supporting legal, security and health sectors with tools that promote citizen engagement and participation, peacebuilding, data management, the rule of law and empowering civil society organizations and governments alike by facilitating open governance, access to information, health and education.

My interest in joining the network span from the fact that I will learn more from the legal perspective which will inform my decision in developing tech tools to improve processes and systems for civic identity, immigration and citizenship in general. In 2014, I supported the Ministry of Health in Liberia by developing a nobile birth registration system to support and enhance near real-time rural and urban birth registration as well as registering youths, teenagers and adults who were otherwise not register due to the civil crisis, born in most rural areas without health facilities etc.
Carter Draper is the network champion (main point of contact) for iLab Liberia.

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