Implementing agency: Local Interventions Group (Kathmandu) and technical support and design sub-contracted to Citivox (now D4), a world-leading civic engagement technology provider. Mistrust amongst parties is widespread, the administration of elections is somewhat politicized, citizens have low knowledge level about election administration, and electoral malpractices and allegations thereof are common. Individual voters, the greatest source of eye-witness reports both inside and outside of polling stations, have no way to report what is happening on the ground and contribute to the electoral process. Reports from accredited observers are not made public in a timely fashion and with sufficient detail. An online reporting platform that collects detailed information from observers, journalists, and individual voters. A citizen report engine (crowdsourcing platform) that involves citizens directly in auditing electoral processes by anonymously reporting eye-witness election-related incidents to a centralized web-based platform (Ushahidi-like setup). Facilitate citizen participation through public platforms based on User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) expertise. Anchoring civil society engagement in the electoral process by allowing observers to use the platform for reporting incidents. Understand the comprehensive status of the election progress throughout the country with a real-time dashboard.
Understand patterns and make decisions based on the findings of early-warning data relating to violations of code of conduct and other pre-election incidents.


Reduce the conversational gap between the ECN and citizens through the integration of web, email, SMS, free-phone, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube media channels. Domestic election observer group Democracy and Elections Watch (DEW) will mobilize all of their 6000 observers to send in reports and verify citizen reports whenever possible. Domestic election observer group National Election Observation Committee (NEOC) will mobilize all of their 10,000 observers to send in reports and verify citizen reports whenever possible.
Domestic election observer group General Election Observation Committee (GEOC) will mobilize all of their 2300 observers to send in reports and verify citizen reports whenever possible.
Domestic election observer groupConstituent Assembly Election Observation Joint Forum (CAEOF)will mobilize all of their observers to send in reports and verify citizen reports whenever possible. Domestic election observer group Election Observation Committee Nepal (EOC-NEPAL) will mobilize all of their observers to send in reports and verify citizen reports whenever possible. Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) will contribute to the crowdsourcing platform by sending in incident reports through SMS and verify citizen reports whenever possible. Election Commission of Nepal has already agreed to assist the crowdsourcing platform and we will encourage them to use the information generated by it. Security apparatus, Nepal Police and Armed Police have already been informed about the CS platform and we will be sharing the data with both entities to facilitate them for an early warning system and response. Discussion ongoing with Nepal Bar Association and Nepal Law Society to provide them with information about the methodology and the usefulness of the CS platform for expeditiously processing election-related claims.


Qatar Computing Research Institute to develop machine-learningmodules that would automatically classify election-related reports into malpractice categories.This is part of an ongoing initiative by Dr. Under the organization’s open data policy, LIG will make all crowd-sourced data available to election communities of practice at no cost.
To make politics more open and participatory, this domain is a follow-up project to CS where information relating to all elected candidates will be made available after the elections results are out. Progressive discussions with Int’l IDEA, European Union, IFES, and Carter Center HQ Atlanta to incentivize sponsored NGOs to actively engage with the CS platform. INTERNEWS executed Crowdsourcing platform together with D4 (formerly Citivox) in Ukraine’s October 2012 elections. LIG will however request organizations requiring customized data to incur the costs associated.



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