#Tag Guideline - Tanzania

Jan Goossenaerts
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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
On the #Tag Guideline being an essential e-book . . . . . 3
On the tags’ structure and meaning . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
On using the tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Powertag Code of Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COFOG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
COFOG 01 - General Public Services . . . . . . . . . . . 9
COFOG 02 - Defence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
COFOG 03 - Public Order and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . 11
COFOG 04 - Economic Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
COFOG 05 - Environmental Protection . . . . . . . . . . 13
COFOG 06 - Housing and Community Amenities . . . . 14
COFOG 07 - Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
COFOG 08 - Recreation, Culture and Religion . . . . . . 16
COFOG 09 - Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
COFOG 10 - Social Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
ISIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
ISIC A - Agriculture, forestry and fishing . . . . . . . . . 20
ISIC B - Mining and quarrying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
ISIC C - Manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
ISIC D - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 23
ISIC E - Water supply; sewerage, waste management and
remediation activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
ISIC F - Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CONTENTS
ISIC G - Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor
vehicles and motorcycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
ISIC H - Transportation and storage . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
ISIC I - Accommodation and food service activities . . . 28
ISIC J - Information and communication . . . . . . . . . 29
ISIC K - Financial and insurance activities . . . . . . . . 30
ISIC L - Real estate activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
ISIC M - Professional, scientific and technical activities . 32
ISIC N - Administrative and support service activities . . 33
ISIC O - Public administration and defence; compulsory
social security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
ISIC P - Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
ISIC Q - Human health and social work activities . . . . 36
ISIC R - Arts, entertainment and recreation . . . . . . . . 37
ISIC S - Other service activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
ISIC T - Activities of households . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
ISIC U - Activities of extraterritorial organizations and
bodies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Territorial Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries . . . . . . . . . . . 42
About the author . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
CONTENTS i
Publisher
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The ISIC and COFOG class numbers and names describing the
tags are from International Standard Industrial Classification of
All Economic Activities, Rev.4 (2008) and Classification of the
CONTENTS ii
Functions of Government (2000) by United Nations Department
of Economic and Social Affairs, Statistics Division © 2008, 2000
United Nations. The ISIC and COFOG class numbers and names are
reprinted with written expresses permission of the United Nations.
Introduction
This #tag guideline will become a trusted companion for your cu-
riosity, search, ingenuity and creativity as you browse the internet,
or add your own content to it.
Remind your dictionary that was there when you didn’t know the
meaning of a word, or when you wanted to check whether a word
you had in mind existed already or not.
The age of internet brings new possibilities for your curiosity,
ingenuity and creativity.
These possibilities are already nurtured by the internet, yet its
mainstream use is distractive, consumptive and commercial.
As a general purpose counter-measure for the information overload
and bias of that mainstream internet, the proposed systematic tags
will empower users in an instructive and productive use of the
internet.
Howyou will exploit this newpowertool, is up to you to explore and
learn. It depends on where you are in your personal development
and what responsibilities you have been endowed with in society.
If you need more guidance or inspiration on your possible uses of
the tags, consider exploring the Wikiworx platform, the Actor Atlas
and the Social Capital Wikis.
The “hashtags” cover topics that are of interest to people in all
possible professions and areas of study, in all countries of the world,
and in all languages spoken.
By tagging content, we can make it discoverable as if it was put in
a library.
On the internet this library is a global library.
1
Introduction 2
If the tagged content is open access, it becomes part of the public
part of that global library as well.
As long as there will be social media platforms supporting hashtags,
you, your favourite authors, your students, your teachers and your
peers can use each defined hashtag to share and discover content.
Introduction 3
On the #Tag Guideline being an
essential e-book
In its electronic or print version, your personal copy of the #tag
guideline will be a companion for the rest of your life.
It provides a global shared topic map with over a hundred thousand
topics that matter for development, personal, public, and socio-
economic.
Your personal copy will be ready for use when you feel like sharing
a good read, bright idea, or when you need high quality or recent
content or discourse on a municipality, a sector of industry or a
function of government.
Introduction 4
On the tags’ structure and meaning
This booklet addresses three kinds of hashtags:
• isic tags are for sectors of industry;
• cofog tags are for functions of government;
• lgu tags are for municipalities (local government units).
For sectors of industry or functions of government, a root tag such
as #isic0112 is combined with an ISO country code, for instance PH
for the Philippines, to create a tag #isic0112PH for the economic
activity growing of rice in the Philippines. Powertags for functions
of government are created in the same way.
By using powertags when posting content on a social platform
such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest you or an
unknown author can indicate that the content is related to a sector
of industry of function of government in the country.
Powertags for municipalities, for instance in the Philippines, are
created in different way: we add an identification number for a
municipality to the tag starting with #PH. For Tacloban City, the
powertag is #PH1166.
Introduction 5
On using the tags
Tags can be used to search content via the common search engines
and on many social platforms.
On the social platforms anyone can tag content relevant to a sector
of industry or function of government in a country to make it part
of domestic discourse which is globally visible.
This makes the discourse inclusive. Everyone can contribute, with-
out a need to join a specific group or community, or without a need
to be “rich or famous” for the contribution to be noticed.
Whereas social media gives you a means to communicate with your
social network, the powertags allow you to target a discourse rather
than the public in general or your own network.
In a later version of the introduction, some more explanation will
be added. If you are eager to know more, check this presentation
on Slideshare: Inviting the Poor to 102960 Larger Discussions that
matter in a Post2015 Global Partnership¹.
If you have a question on how to use the powertags, don’t hesitate
to aks it at the guideline’s feedback page²!
¹http://www.slideshare.net/JanGoossenaerts/hash-tagsglocal
²https://leanpub.com/tz-tagpedia/feedback
Introduction 6
Powertag Code of Conduct
By tagging we can fight information overload. The success in this
fight also depends on applying certain principles in dealing with
content that others have created, and in contributing your own
content to the discourse.
Respect for copyright
It is rather meaningless to discover content via a tag, then copy or
repeat it, and post it with the same or a neighbouring tag (e.g. a
different country code). Your content is likely to appear in the same
search result as the copied content.
Rather if you wish to strengthen the original author’s message,
retweet or repost it, or like, favorite, +1 it.
By using powertags, the author expresses confidence his or her
content is not infringing the copyright of others, or is not just
repeating what others wrote already.
Avoid spam or aggressive, commercial push of
content
A common practice to reach a large audience using (social) media
is to repeat the same post regularly or at many places.
For instance in Twitter, some post the same content weekly, daily
or more frequent. In LinkedIn or Facebook we may post the same
content in multiple groups, in Google+ in multiple communities,
etc.
The use of hashtags in a public platform makes such multiple
posting unnecessary.
By using powertags, the author or publisher opts out of spamming-
like, excess content-push attitudes addressing readers. He or she
Introduction 7
posts once, and next let the readers discover the content, via the
tags, when they need it. This is called “on-demand”.
Contribute to an inclusive discourse
A discourse has questions and answers. Authors tend to use the
print and social media to share their answers, even without ques-
tions being asked.
Where can people express their burning questions?
People working in an “under-served” economic activity can tag
their question. A question can become prominent as it is liked by
others. And when a person able to answer comes across a prominent
question, he or she can be sure that the tagged answer will be
appreciated.
The hurdles to joining the discourse are much less on a “public social
platform” than in a closed group of app users.
By using systematic tags, tagged questions become part of an
inclusive discourse, in addition to answers and arguments.
COFOG
COFOG is the abbreviation of Classification of the Functions of
Government. The full structure and definition of each of the over 100
classes can be found at the website of the United Nations Statistics
Division.
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COFOG 9
COFOG 01 - General Public Services
The COFOGsection 01 - General Public Services contains the classes
in the below table.
cofog tag Class name
#cofog0111TZ Executive and legislative organs (CS)
#cofog0112TZ Financial and fiscal affairs (CS)
#cofog0113TZ …
#cofog0121TZ …
#cofog0122TZ …
#cofog0131TZ …
#cofog0132TZ …
#cofog0133TZ …
#cofog0140TZ …
#cofog0150TZ …
#cofog0160TZ …
#cofog0170TZ …
#cofog0180TZ …
COFOG 10
COFOG 02 - Defence
COFOG 11
COFOG 03 - Public Order and Safety
COFOG 12
COFOG 04 - Economic Affairs
COFOG 13
COFOG 05 - Environmental Protection
COFOG 14
COFOG 06 - Housing and Community
Amenities
COFOG 15
COFOG 07 - Health
COFOG 16
COFOG 08 - Recreation, Culture and
Religion
COFOG 17
COFOG 09 - Education
COFOG 18
COFOG 10 - Social Protection
cofog tag Class name
#cofog1011TZ Sickness (IS)
#cofog1012TZ Disability (IS)
#cofog1020TZ Old age (IS)
#cofog1030TZ Survivors (IS)
#cofog1040TZ Family and children (IS)
#cofog1050TZ Unemployment (IS)
#cofog1060TZ Housing (IS)
#cofog1070TZ Social exclusion n.e.c. (IS)
#cofog1080TZ R&D Social protection (CS)
#cofog1090TZ Social protection n.e.c. (CS)
ISIC
ISIC is the abbreviation of International Standard Industrial Clas-
sification of All Economic Activities. In this booklet the tags are
defined on the basis of the classes in revision 4. The full structure
and definition of each of the over 400 classes is at the website of the
United Nations Statistics Division.
ISIC Revision 4 sections
ISIC Section
A - Agriculture, forestry and fishing
B - Mining and quarrying
C - Manufacturing
D - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
E - Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation
activities
F - Construction
G - Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and
motorcycles
H - Transportation and storage
I - Accommodation and food service activities
J - Information and communication
K - Financial and insurance activities
L - Real estate activities
M - Professional, scientific and technical activities
N - Administrative and support service activities
O - Public administration and defence; compulsory social security
P - Education
Q - Human health and social work activities
R - Arts, entertainment and recreation
S - Other service activities
T - Activities of households
U - Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies
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ISIC 20
ISIC A - Agriculture, forestry and fishing
ISIC 21
ISIC B - Mining and quarrying
ISIC 22
ISIC C - Manufacturing
ISIC 23
ISIC D - Electricity, gas, steam and air
conditioning supply
ISIC 24
ISIC E - Water supply; sewerage, waste
management and remediation activities
ISIC 25
ISIC F - Construction
ISIC 26
ISIC G - Wholesale and retail trade;
repair of motor vehicles and
motorcycles
ISIC 27
ISIC H - Transportation and storage
ISIC 28
ISIC I - Accommodation and food service
activities
ISIC 29
ISIC J - Information and communication
ISIC 30
ISIC K - Financial and insurance
activities
ISIC 31
ISIC L - Real estate activities
ISIC 32
ISIC M - Professional, scientific and
technical activities
ISIC 33
ISIC N - Administrative and support
service activities
ISIC 34
ISIC O - Public administration and
defence; compulsory social security
ISIC 35
ISIC P - Education
ISIC 36
ISIC Q - Human health and social work
activities
ISIC 37
ISIC R - Arts, entertainment and
recreation
ISIC 38
ISIC S - Other service activities
ISIC 39
ISIC T - Activities of households
ISIC 40
ISIC U - Activities of extraterritorial
organizations and bodies
Territorial Tags
The definition of territorial tags for Tanzania is in progress at the
Tanzania Social Capital wiki³.
A later version of this #Tag Guideline will list the tags in this
chapter.
³http://tanzania.actor-atlas.info/
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Annex - Generic Tags for all
Countries
This annex lists all countries and territories of the world, each with
its ISO country code and their generic powertags. Over a hundred
thousand topics for discourse are supported by combining the ISO
code with the #isic and #cofog root tags in the previous chapters.
Most of these tags are listed in the Actor Atlas country pages⁴. Those
territories for which this is not the case are marked with *.
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Afghanistan AF #cofogAG #isicAG #AGlgu
Aland Islands* AX #cofogAX #isicAX #AXlgu
Albania AL #cofogAL #isicAL #ALlgu
Algeria DZ #cofogDZ #isicDZ #DZlgu
American Samoa* AS #cofogAS #isicAS #ASlgu
Andorra$ AD #cofogAD #isicAD #ADlgu
Angola AO #cofogAO #isicAO #AOlgu
Anguilla* AI #cofogAI #isicAI #AIlgu
Antarctica* AQ #cofogAQ #isicAQ #AQlgu
Antigua and
Barbuda
AG #cofogAG #isicAG #AGlgu
Argentina AR #cofogAR #isicAR #ARlgu
Armenia AM #cofogAM #isicAM #AMlgu
Aruba* AW #cofogAW #isicAW #AWlgu
Australia AU #cofogAU #isicAU #AUlgu
Austria AT #cofogAT #isicAT #ATlgu
The Bahamas BS #cofogBS #isicBS #BSlgu
Bahrain BH #cofogBH #isicBH #BHlgu
Bangladesh BD #cofogBD #isicBD #BDlgu
⁴http://www.actor-atlas.info/initiative-books
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Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries 43
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Barbados BB #cofogBB #isicBB #BBlgu
Belarus BY #cofogBY #isicBY #BYlgu
Belgium BE #cofogBE #isicBE #BElgu
Belize BZ #cofogBZ #isicBZ #BZlgu
Benin BJ #cofogBJ #isicBJ #BJlgu
Bermuda BM #cofogBM #isicBM #BMlgu
Bhutan BT #cofogBT #isicBT #BTlgu
Bolivia BO #cofogBO #isicBO #BOlgu
Bonaire, Sint
Eustatius and Saba*
BQ #cofogBQ #isicBQ #BQlgu
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
BA #cofogBA #isicBA #BAlgu
Botswana BW #cofogBW #isicBW #BWlgu
Bouvet Island* BV #cofogBV #isicBV #BVlgu
Brazil BR #cofogBR #isicBR #BRlgu
British Indian
Ocean Territory*
IO #cofogIO #isicIO #IOlgu
Brunei Darussalam BN #cofogBN #isicBN #BNlgu
Bulgaria BG #cofogBG #isicBG #BGlgu
Burkina Faso BF #cofogBF #isicBF #BFlgu
Burundi BI #cofogBI #isicBI #BIlgu
Cambodia KH #cofogKH #isicKH #KHlgu
Cameroon CM #cofogCM #isicCM #CMlgu
Canada CA #cofogCA #isicCA #CAlgu
Cape Verde CV #cofogCV #isicCV #CVlgu
Cayman Islands* KY #cofogKY #isicKY #KYlgu
Central African
Republic
CF #cofogCF #isicCF #CFlgu
Chad TD #cofogTD #isicTD #TDlgu
Chile CL #cofogCL #isicCL #CLlgu
China CN #cofogCN #isicCN #CNlgu
Christmas Island* CX #cofogCX #isicCX #CXlgu
Cocos (Keeling)
Islands*
CC #cofogCC #isicCC #CClgu
Colombia CO #cofogCO #isicCO #COlgu
Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries 44
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Comoros KM #cofogKM #isicKM #KMlgu
Congo CG #cofogCG #isicCG #CGlgu
Congo, Democratic
Republic of the
CD #cofogCD #isicCD #CDlgu
Cook Islands* CK #cofogCK #isicCK #CKlgu
Costa Rica CR #cofogCR #isicCR #CRlgu
Côte d’Ivoire CI #cofogCI #isicCI #CIlgu
Croatia HR #cofogHR #isicHR #HRlgu
Cuba CU #cofogCU #isicCU #CUlgu
Curaçao* CW #cofogCW #isicCW #CWlgu
Cyprus CY #cofogCY #isicCY #CYlgu
Czech Republic CZ #cofogCZ #isicCZ #CZlgu
Denmark DK #cofogDK #isicDK #DKlgu
Djibouti DJ #cofogDJ #isicDJ #DJlgu
Dominica DM #cofogDM #isicDM #DMlgu
Dominican
Republic
DO #cofogDO #isicDO #DOlgu
Ecuador EC #cofogEC #isicEC #EClgu
Egypt EG #cofogEG #isicEG #EGlgu
El Salvador SV #cofogSV #isicSV #SVlgu
Equatorial Guinea GQ #cofogGQ #isicGQ #GQlgu
Eritrea ER #cofogER #isicER #ERlgu
Estonia EE #cofogEE #isicEE #EElgu
Ethiopia ET #cofogET #isicET #ETlgu
Falkland Islands
(Malvinas)*
FK #cofogFK #isicFK #FKlgu
Faroe Islands* FO #cofogFO #isicFO #FOlgu
Fiji FJ #cofogFJ #isicFJ #FJlgu
Finland FI #cofogFI #isicFI #FIlgu
France FR #cofogFR #isicFR #FRlgu
French Guiana* GF #cofogGF #isicGF #GFlgu
French Polynesia* PF #cofogPF #isicPF #PFlgu
French Southern
Territories*
TF #cofogTF #isicTF #TFlgu
Gabon GA #cofogGA #isicGA #GAlgu
The Gambia GM #cofogGM #isicGM #GMlgu
Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries 45
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Georgia GE #cofogGE #isicGE #GElgu
Germany DE #cofogDE #isicDE #DElgu
Ghana GH #cofogGH #isicGH #GHlgu
Gibraltar GI #cofogGI #isicGI #GIlgu
Greece GR #cofogGR #isicGR #GRlgu
Greenland* GL #cofogGL #isicGL #GLlgu
Grenada GD #cofogGD #isicGD #GDlgu
Guadeloupe* GP #cofogGP #isicGP #GPlgu
Guam* GU #cofogGU #isicGU #GUlgu
Guatemala GT #cofogGT #isicGT #GTlgu
Guernsey* GG #cofogGG #isicGG #GGlgu
Guinea GN #cofogGN #isicGN #GNlgu
Guinea-Bissau GW #cofogGW #isicGW #GWlgu
Guyana GY #cofogGY #isicGY #GYlgu
Haiti HT #cofogHT #isicHT #HTlgu
Heard Island and
McDonald Islands*
HM #cofogHM #isicHM #HMlgu
Holy See (Vatican
City State)*
VA #cofogVA #isicVA #VAlgu
Honduras HN #cofogHN #isicHN #HNlgu
Hong Kong HK #cofogHK #isicHK #HKlgu
Hungary HU #cofogHU #isicHU #HUlgu
Iceland IS #cofogIS #isicIS #ISlgu
India IN #cofogIN #isicIN #INlgu
Indonesia ID #cofogID #isicID #IDlgu
Iran, Islamic Rep. of IR #cofogIR #isicIR #IRlgu
Iraq IQ #cofogIQ #isicIQ #IQlgu
Ireland IE #cofogIE #isicIE #IElgu
Isle of Man* IM #cofogIM #isicIM #IMlgu
Israel IL #cofogIL #isicIL #ILlgu
Italy IT #cofogIT #isicIT #ITlgu
Jamaica JM #cofogJM #isicJM #JMlgu
Japan JP #cofogJP #isicJP #JPlgu
Jersey* JE #cofogJE #isicJE #JElgu
Jordan JO #cofogJO #isicJO #JOlgu
Kazakhstan KZ #cofogKZ #isicKZ #KZlgu
Kenya KE #cofogKE #isicKE #KElgu
Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries 46
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Kiribati KI #cofogKI #isicKI #KIlgu
Korea, DPR KP #cofogKP #isicKP #KPlgu
Korea, Republic of KR #cofogKR #isicKR #KRlgu
Kuwait KW #cofogKW #isicKW #KWlgu
Kyrgyzstan KG #cofogKG #isicKG #KGlgu
Lao, PDR LA #cofogLA #isicLA #LAlgu
Latvia LV #cofogLV #isicLV #LVlgu
Lebanon LB #cofogLB #isicLB #LBlgu
Lesotho LS #cofogLS #isicLS #LSlgu
Liberia LR #cofogLR #isicLR #LRlgu
Libya LY #cofogLY #isicLY #LYlgu
Liechtenstein* LI #cofogLI #isicLI #LIlgu
Lithuania LT #cofogLT #isicLT #LTlgu
Luxembourg LU #cofogLU #isicLU #LYlgu
Macao* MO #cofogMO #isicMO #MOlgu
Macedonia, FYR MK #cofogMK #isicMK #MKlgu
Madagascar MG #cofogMG #isicMG #MGlgu
Malawi MW #cofogMW #isicMW #MWlgu
Malaysia MY #cofogMY #isicMY #MYlgu
Maldives MV #cofogMV #isicMV #MVlgu
Mali ML #cofogML #isicML #MLlgu
Malta MT #cofogMT #isicMT #MTlgu
Marshall Islands MH #cofogMH #isicMH #MHlgu
Martinique MQ #cofogMQ #isicMQ #MQlgu
Mauritania MR #cofogMR #isicMR #MRlgu
Mauritius MU #cofogMU #isicMU #MUlgu
Mayotte* YT #cofogYT #isicYT #YTlgu
Mexico MX #cofogMX #isicMX #MXlgu
Micronesia, Fed.
States
FM #cofogFM #isicFM #FMlgu
Moldova, Republic
of
MD #cofogMD #isicMD #MDlgu
Monaco MC #cofogMC #isicMC #MClgu
Mongolia MN #cofogMN #isicMN #MNlgu
Montenegro ME #cofogME #isicME #MElgu
Montserrat* MS #cofogMS #isicMS #MSlgu
Morocco MA #cofogMA #isicMA #MAlgu
Annex - Generic Tags for all Countries 47
Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Mozambique MZ #cofogMZ #isicMZ #MZlgu
Myanmar MM #cofogMM #isicMM #MMlgu
Namibia NA #cofogNA #isicNA #NAlgu
Nauru NR #cofogNR #isicNR #NRlgu
Nepal NP #cofogNP #isicNP #NPlgu
Netherlands NL #cofogNL #isicNL #NLlgu
New Caledonia* NC #cofogNC #isicNC #NClgu
New Zealand NZ #cofogNZ #isicNZ #NZlgu
Nicaragua NI #cofogNI #isicNI #NIlgu
Niger NE #cofogNE #isicNE #NElgu
Nigeria NG #cofogNG #isicNG #NGlgu
Niue* NU #cofogNU #isicNU #NUlgu
Norfolk Island* NF #cofogNF #isicNF #NFlgu
Northern Mariana
Islands*
MP #cofogMP #isicMP #MPlgu
Norway NO #cofogNO #isicNO #NOlgu
Oman OM #cofogOM #isicOM #OMlgu
Pakistan PK #cofogPK #isicPK #PKlgu
Palau PW #cofogPW #isicPW #PWlgu
Palestine, State of PS #cofogPS #isicPS #PSlgu
Panama PA #cofogPA #isicPA #PAlgu
Papua New Guinea PG #cofogPG #isicPG #PGlgu
Paraguay PY #cofogPY #isicPY #PYlgu
Peru PE #cofogPE #isicPE #PElgu
Philippines PH #cofogPH #isicPH #PHlgu
Pitcairn* PN #cofogPN #isicPN #PNlgu
Poland PL #cofogPL #isicPL #PLlgu
Portugal PT #cofogPT #isicPT #PTlgu
Puerto Rico PR #cofogPR #isicPR #PRlgu
Qatar QA #cofogQA #isicQA #QAlgu
Réunion RE #cofogRE #isicRE #RElgu
Romania RO #cofogRO #isicRO #ROlgu
Russian Federation RU #cofogRU #isicRU #RUlgu
Rwanda RW #cofogRW #isicRW #RWlgu
St. Barthélemy* BL #cofogBL #isicBL #BLlgu
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Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
St. Helena,
Ascension and
Tristan da Cunha*
SH #cofogSH #isicSH #SHlgu
St. Kitts and Nevis KN #cofogKN #isicKN #KNlgu
St. Lucia LC #cofogLC #isicLC #LClgu
St. Maarten (French
Part)*
MF #cofogMF #isicMF #MFlgu
St. Pierre and
Miquelon*
PM #cofogPM #isicPM #PMlgu
St. Vincent and the
Grenadines
VC #cofogVC #isicVC #VClgu
Samoa* WS #cofogWS #isicWS #WSlgu
San Marino* SM #cofogSM #isicSM #SMlgu
São Tomé and
Principe
ST #cofogST #isicST #STlgu
Saudi Arabia SA #cofogSA #isicSA #SAlgu
Senegal SN #cofogSN #isicSN #SNlgu
Serbia RS #cofogRS #isicRS #RSlgu
Seychelles SC #cofogSC #isicSC #SClgu
Sierra Leone SL #cofogSL #isicSL #SLlgu
Singapore SG #cofogSG #isicSG #SGlgu
Sint Maarten
(Dutch Part)*
SX #cofogSX #isicSX #SXlgu
Slovakia SK #cofogSK #isicSK #SKlgu
Slovenia SI #cofogSI #isicSI #SIlgu
Solomon Islands SB #cofogSB #isicSB #SBlgu
Somalia SO #cofogSO #isicSO #SOlgu
South Africa ZA #cofogZA #isicZA #ZAlgu
South Georgia and
the South
Sandwich Islands*
GS #cofogGS #isicGS #GSlgu
South Sudan SS #cofogSS #isicSS #SSlgu
Spain ES #cofogES #isicES #ESlgu
Sri Lanka LK #cofogLK #isicLK #LKlgu
Sudan SD #cofogSD #isicSD #SDlgu
Suriname SR #cofogSR #isicSR #SRlgu
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Country ISO code cofog tag isic tag lgu tag
Svalbard and Jan
Mayen*
SJ #cofogSJ #isicSJ #SJlgu
Swaziland SZ #cofogSZ #isicSZ #SZlgu
Sweden SE #cofogSE #isicSE #SElgu
Switzerland CH #cofogCH #isicCH #CHlgu
Syrian Arab
Republic
SY #cofogSY #isicSY #SYlgu
Taiwan TW #cofogTW #isicTW #TWlgu
Tajikistan TJ #cofogTJ #isicTJ #TJlgu
Tanzania TZ #cofogTZ #isicTZ #TZlgu
Thailand TH #cofogTH #isicTH #THlgu
Timor-Leste TL #cofogTL #isicTL #TLlgu
Togo TG #cofogTG #isicTG #TGlgu
Tokelau* TK #cofogTK #isicTK #TKlgu
Tonga TO #cofogTO #isicTO #TOlgu
Trinidad and
Tobago
TT #cofogTT #isicTT #TTlgu
Tunisia TN #cofogTN #isicTN #TNlgu
Turkey TR #cofogTR #isicTR #TRlgu
Turkmenistan TM #cofogTM #isicTM #TMlgu
Turks and Caicos
Islands*
TC #cofogTC #isicTC #TClgu
Tuvalu* TV #cofogTV #isicTV #TVlgu
Uganda UG #cofogUG #isicUG #UGlgu
Ukraine UA #cofogUA #isicUA #UAlgu
United Arab
Emirates
AE #cofogAE #isicAE #AElgu
United Kingdom GB #cofogGB #isicGB #GBlgu
United States of
America
US #cofogUS #isicUS #USlgu
United States of
America Minor
Outlying Islands
UM #cofogUM #isicUM #UMlgu
Uruguay UY #cofogUY #isicUY #UYlgu
Uzbekistan UZ #cofogUZ #isicUZ #UZlgu
Vanuatu VU #cofogVU #isicVU #VUlgu
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Venezuela,
Bolivarian Republic
of
VE #cofogVE #isicVE #VElgu
Vietnam VN #cofogVN #isicVN #VNlgu
Virgin Islands,
British*
VG #cofogVG #isicVG #VGlgu
Virgin Islands, U.S.* VI #cofogVI #isicVI #VIlgu
Wallis and Futuna* WF #cofogWF #isicWF #WFlgu
Western Sahara* EH #cofogEH #isicEH #EHlgu
Yemen YE #cofogYE #isicYE #YElgu
Zambia ZM #cofogZM #isicZM #ZMlgu
Zimbabwe ZW #cofogZW #isicZW #ZWlgu
About the author
The author
Jan Goossenaerts is a social media entrepreneur and a business and
architecture consultant specialized in applying ICT and communi-
cations solutions for inclusively meeting the people’s needs in com-
plex socio-technical settings. In 2012 he founded Wikinetix which
became a finalist in the 2012 Social Media Leadership Awards.
In order to catalyse further the instructive and productive use of
internet he launched the Actor Atlas and a number of related
social capital wikis: one for the Philippines, Tanzania, Nepal, India,
the EU and the US. Jan has edited several books on information
infrastructure in manufacturing systems and published in a num-
ber of journals including Computers in Industry, Information &
Management, Production Planning and Control and International
Journal of e-Collaboration. In 2013 he co-edited a book on Foreign
Aid and the making of Democracy in Nepal which is published via
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Leanpub. Jan has elaborate profiles on Google+ and LinkedIn, and
a list of publications on Google Scholar and Citeulike.
Twitter: @collaboratewiki

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