This project is a collaboration effort between CDD Ghana and the Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences, Harvard University with support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. It is aimed at improving the delivery of public goods and services through the creation of unrestricted access to credible, objective and verifiable socio-economic data to citizens and duty bearers alike.

By organizing and disseminating such reader/listener/viewer-friendly information to the general public, government officials, civil society organizations, media, policy think-tanks, policy makers, researchers and students, using tools such as the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Mapping, SMS text messaging, television and radio and an internet platform, we hope to create incentives for duty bearers and public institutions to be responsive and committed to the delivery of public goods and services.