- It must be accessible and free for reuse.
- It must be comprehensive and useful in its state.
- It must be in a machine readable format and should be a background layer for further development.
- It must be accessible in digital form on a free and democratic medium such as the internet. Examples of data-driven portals in Nigeria available at the click of a button on any search engine are on health – Find-a-med; On parliamentary monitoring – Shine Your Eye; On election – Policy NG Polls and on governance – Edo State Data Portal.
Spaces for Change together with Media Rights Agenda, AUDAX, Bandwidth Consortium, Open Society Initiative for West Africa Nigerian, Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI), Fresh and Young Brains Development Initiative, One Life Initiative are among the organizations invited to this steering event of the Nigeria Open Data Clinic.