We recently held the second data leaders fellowship programme workshop on 29th September 2021 at the Lake Naivasha Country Club. It was great to interact with all the data fellows…
"It doesn't matter where you work or how you work, if you're passionate about the work... it gets done"
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, organisations around the world implemented work-from-home policies. The Open Institute was not left behind, however, our Finance Director and Trustee has been a remote worker for years.
Jay Bhalla has managed to understand the dynamics of remote work, having worked in a different time zone from the rest of the team and managing a team remotely.
His passion and work ethic continues to be an inspiration to the Open Institute team as we learn how to be collaborate virtually while being effective in everything we do.
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We envision a future with an open society that is managed by informed, fact-driven citizens.
This society features a responsive and accountable government that delivers the services its citizens need at the level of service they deserve.It includes active non-state actors who play an active role in educating citizens on their role as responsible and active citizens safeguarding democracy and development.
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