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World Bank eAtlas

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Free and open access to the world’s most comprehensive collection of economic and development data. Browse, map, graph, or download data by country, topic on over 4,000 indicators. Available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese and Arabic.

 

The World Bank eAtlas suite of user-friendly, interactive electronic atlases, allows users to map and graph dozens of indicators over time and across countries.

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One World Mobile App: Where does my aid go?

One World Mobile App: Where does my aid go? | Impact Investing and Inclusive Business | Scoop.it

Where does the Dutch budget for development aid go?

 

"The OneWorld Where does my aid go?" shows which countries receive money and what they do with it based on IATI information. As well as displaying aid project information, the app informs users about the conditions in the countries that receive aid, like the national income per capita, life expectancy, CO2 emissions per capita, etc. The application also includes news updates from OneWorld.nl.

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New international land deals database reveals rush to buy up Africa

New international land deals database reveals rush to buy up Africa | Impact Investing and Inclusive Business | Scoop.it

Almost 5% of Africa's agricultural land has been bought or leased by investors since 2000, according to an international coalition of researchers and NGOs that has released the world's largest public database of international land deals.

 

The database, launched on Thursday, lifts the lid on a decade of secretive deals struck by governments, investors and speculators seeking large tracts of fertile land in developing countries around the world.

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