KP 2015

26 – 31 December 2015

After the first successful batch of KP Civic Innovation Fellows, the second cohort of Fellows has achieved even greater success in improving the way government works in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Let us introduce you to the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program, its 2015 Fellows, and what�s been happening in the last 6 months. 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: * An Android app for Traffic wardens to report traffic incidents and a Web app to visualize the reports on a Google map, as well as a new token-based system for issuing new driver licenses. * An automated file management and approval system for the KP IT Board. * A web application for the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) that is bringing efficiency to the process of provisioning relief funds to the needy by keeping records of casualties, cattle damage, and distributions to people in disaster-stricken areas. * A new website and content management system for PDMA to convey swift information to NGOs, journalists, and the public in disaster-affected areas. * An automated residence allocation and management system for the Establishment Division to improve efficiency and transparency of allotting residences to government employees based on merit.
Projects

Take a look at the projects developed during this cohort.

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Fellows

Meet the young fellows who took part in this year's cohort.

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Managers

Meet the seasoned professionals who managed this year's cohort.

Ali Raza
Ali Raza

Director Technology