Open Gov Hub (Washington D.C., USA)

El Space (Tunis, Tunisia)

eCove (Abuja, Nigeria)

Civic Hive (Lagos, Nigeria)

iCampus (Monrovia, Liberia)

Open Gov Space (Islamabad, Pakistan)

In addition to our 6 affiliates, we continue to maintain a relationship with Open Gov Hub Nepal (established in Kathmandu in 2014) and Open Gov Hub Mali (established in Bamako in 2018).

Open Gov Hub Nepal
The Open Gov Hub model expanded to its first international location in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2014. As the first transparency and accountability themed coworking space in South Asia, Open Gov Hub Nepal is bringing together representatives of organizations working in the open data, transparency, and accountability fields to build a cohesive community for open government in Nepal—a young democracy that is struggling to establish good governance.
Below are the members of the Open Gov Hub in Nepal.

Open Gov Hub Liberia (iCampus)
The second affiliate global Open Gov Hub opened in Monrovia, Liberia in 2016 as part of iCampus Liberia - the country's first coworking and innovation space.
iCampus is a shared innovation, coworking, and community space for organizations focusing on the intersection of technology, accountability, and social change in Liberia. It acts as a physical and virtual space for youth-focused ICT and governance training; a networking and innovation hub; and a focal point for elections and open governance work.
The iCampus is jointly operated by Accountability Lab Liberia and iLab Liberia.

Open Gov Hub Mali
The third affiliate global Open Gov Hub opened in Bamako, Mali during the summer of 2018.


Opening up information and data about public activities, and helping keep governments honest.


Promoting responsibility and integrity in governance and combating corruption.



Promoting equality and participation for all citizens.


Anti-corruption, sustainable development, open data, and more, through policy research and advocacy, media and communications etc.

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