Follow the Money is a non-profit initiative of Connected Development [CODE]. We provide all our services for free, consequently, your support will allow us to continue and expand our work. You can make a one-off or in kind contribution, make a regular donation, or offer some pro bono donation. Presently, we are proudly supported by Indigo Trust UK, Open Society Initiative in West Africa (OSIWA), Open Knowledge Foundation, and Heinrich Boell Stiftung Nigeria and Omidyar Network.

Running and developing events and projects costs both time and money. For example, traveling to communities alone can be about $500-$1,000, while organizing a stakeholders meeting could be up to $1000 a month!.

Traveling to remote communities, setting up events, managing projects and coordinating volunteers all require dedicated, paid, effort. By making a regular donation you ensure we can maintain and expand our work.


Indigo Trust

£9,648 in 2013

Open Society Initiative for West Africa
$10,000 for tracking federal government expenditures in 4 schools in Northern Nigeria 2014
Heinrich Boll Stiftung Nigeria
Euros 18, 267  for FTM Activation/projects in 2015
Heinrich Boll Stiftung Nigeria
Euros 9,442 (For the Open Data Party) in 2014
Partnership on Open Data

$1, 000 for winning the best data impact story in 2014
$5,000 for the Open Data Party Abuja in 2014

(Open Knowledge Foundation, World Bank, and Open Data Institute)

Omidyar Network
$100,000 For FTM Projects/Activations in 2015/2016