Fellowship

KP Civic Innovation Fellowship

The Fellowship Program is a 6-month program supported by Code for Pakistan, the KP IT Board, and the World Bank, where a team of talented researchers, designers, community organizers, and developers collaborate to build apps, inspire citizen engagement, improve government, and show how to innovate in public services. These apps can help solve problems in a variety of public domains, such as healthcare, crime, disaster management, citizen engagement, transportation, traffic, education, etc.

Our Fellowship Program revolves around three key features:

  • Citizens and government working together, hand-in-hand, to solve problems
  • Adopting user-centric, lean, and agile development methodologies
  • Increasing civic engagement by creating innovative solutions in public services

The benefits that these fellows are getting includes a monthly stipend of Rs. 30,000/- for six months, professional mentorship, free workspace, leadership development training and above all a chance to work with a Government department to bring about a change in the digital landscape of KP.

Want to be a KP Civic Innovation Fellow? Keep following us for the announcement of our 4th Batch.

2017 Fellowships

The third batch of KP Civic Innovation Fellowship has been launched. This time we have hired 20 full time technology geeks, having expertise ranging from creating intricate animations to writing clean code.

The details of projects and Government departments that the fellows would be working with are as follows:

2015 Fellowships

Our second year of the Fellowship kicked off on July 26, 2015. This year, our 2015 Fellows made tremendous strides in improving governance. They took on a number of very challenging projects this year:

Learn more about our second cohort of Fellows!

2014 Fellowships

We launched the first year of the Peshawar Fellowship Program with 12 Fellows on March 11, 2014, soon after the Peshawar Civic Hackathon. Following the success of the first year, we launched the second year of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship with 20 Fellows in July 2015. We are currently recruiting Fellows for the third year of the program.

Learn more about our first cohort of Fellows!