The Caribbean School of Data - Our Mission

At the Caribbean School of Data, our mission is to develop a comprehensive and sustainable "data literacy" program that will facilitate greater awareness, attitudes, competencies and capacity to build a stronger data culture across the Caribbean.


Caribbean School of Data joins School of Data Network

The Caribbean School of data has become the 14th member of School of Data, a vibrant network of data literacy practitioners, both organizations and individuals, across Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. 


Caribbean School of Data Partners in "AYITIC Goes Global"

The Caribbean School of data is an integral partner in "AYITIC Goes Global" an initiative that seeks to increase women's access to employment in Haiti by building digital capacities in the field of Information Technology. 


August 8, 2017
I remember receiving an email from the Haitian ICT Professionals Association (AHTIC)1 with the title “School of Data is recruiting new Fellows in Haiti”. I had never heard of School of Data before, and by scrolling down the email I noticed “Going Global: Digital Jobs and Gender in...
July 26, 2017
Isn’t This Project Great? Wow! I am super-excited about our Digital Data Literacy project "Ayitic Goes Global: Empowering Women through Digital Markets". This project is about giving youth and, women in particular, digital data skills to be employed locally within the Caribbean, and...
July 19, 2017
The Caribbean School of Data is a principal partner in "AYITIC Goes Global" an initiative of LACNIC and IDRC that seeks to increase women's access to employment in Haiti by building digital capacities in the field of Information Technology. The project is being implemented with the...
July 18, 2017
Feature video on the project: "Ayitic Goes Global: Empowering Women through Digital Markets"
July 18, 2017
The Caribbean School of Data has become the 14th member of School of Data , a vibrant network of data literacy practitioners, both organizations and individuals, across Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. implementing training and other data literacy activities to empower civil...
July 17, 2017
The Caribbean region is generally regarded as “data poor,” not just because of limited access to high quality, locally relevant data, but also cultural and institutional habits and capacity limitations (both in the public and private sectors) often forego the use of data, and other...