We define digital public goods as open source software, open data, open AI models, open standards and open content that adhere to privacy and other applicable best practices, do no harm and are of high relevance for attainment of the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This registry houses nominations that have either been nominated directly or have been pulled together from partnership databases, and digital public goods that adhere to the DPG Standard.
Digital Public Goods are labeled with a ‘DPG’ symbol beside their name. To see the full submission of a digital public good, click on the DPG symbol.
Please be aware that some of the software, content and data currently listed on the registry are all still only nominees. They have not yet been reviewed against the DPG Standard. Also, licensing information for each nominee is presented based on received and collected information and may have been simplified in some instances. Furthermore, errors may have happened in the registration process. Licensing information should therefore be reviewed in full, as listed at the source, before implementation is considered.