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Tunisia improves its ranking in global Open Data Inventory

Tunisia ranked 68th out of 192 countries with a score of 57 in the Open Data Inventory (ODIN) 2022 by the Open Data Watch organization.

In 2020, the country ranked 73rd out of 187 countries with a score of 55. Tunisia is on the African podium, but ranks sixth among Arab countries.

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) ranking assesses the coverage and openness of official statistics to identify gaps, promote open data policies, improve accessibility and encourage dialogue between national statistical offices and data users.

It assesses the completeness of a country’s statistical offerings and the extent to which the information they contain meets international standards of openness.

Morocco consolidates its international ranking and its leadership in Africa. The Kingdom is ranked 25th out of 192 countries in the Open Data Index. Rwanda ranks 61st, followed by Tunisia (68th). Tanzania is 78th and Mauritius is 85th.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the top Arab country, ranking 9th in the world with a score of 80. Palestine ranks second in the region, 17th in the world, with a score of 74.

The Sultanate of Oman ranks 19th internationally, third among Arab countries, followed by Morocco (25th). Jordan (37th) is fifth, ahead of Tunisia (68th), which is sixth in the region.

Based on the results of the 2022 ranking, Singapore has taken first place. Denmark and Finland follow.


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