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World Bank Data Jun 14
Interested in development ? Visit the Data Viz Tumblr site. Submissions are welcome too!
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Jaume Fortuny Jun 14
Media (R)evolutions: What’s the potential of mobile payments? via
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Julie Howard Jun 13
New blog on expanding youth employment: There’s More to Agriculture than Handhoes: via
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Public Sphere WB Jun 13
Common 360° video mistakes and how to avoid them via
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Public Sphere WB Jun 12
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World Bank Poverty Jun 11
In , mobile phones allowed researchers to track increasing food insecurity in real time
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World Bank Africa Jun 11
The African women breaking down tech barriers in the ”NigerAppChallenge” contest. Read more:
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Public Sphere WB Jun 9
Across the globe women occupy, on average, 23% of parliamentary seats in 2016, up from 12% in 1997.
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Public Sphere WB Jun 8
Among G20 countries with data, was the most expensive to send money from in 2015.
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World Bank MENA Jun 7
Charlie El Khouri & Nicolas Zaatar from co-founded a startup called NAR to help combat fires using drones:
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Public Sphere WB Jun 7
By 2030 may push 77M urban residents into . Share a showing resilience.
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Public Sphere WB Jun 6
in just approved $61.6M to help #Stop#Stunting among children < 5 in . All details:
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World Bank Data Jun 5
? You can view data on multiple countries when you do a search on the Data web site. Check it out!
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World Bank Jun 5
Happy ! Preserving and enhancing the environment is in ALL our hands.
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Public Sphere WB Jun 5
66 of 100 ppl in the world will live in by 2050. Show us what makes your city livable.
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Tricia Cliff Jun 1
Blog post of the month: Urban Agriculture: Food, Jobs, and Lower Food Miles via
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Public Sphere WB Jun 1
What makes a city livable and sustainable? Enter our challenge
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Public Sphere WB Jun 1
In , an average of 55% of the urban population were living in slum conditions in 2014.
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Hamilton Place May 31
About 15% of world's food is now grown in urban areas, creating jobs and decreasing food miles via
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Najat Dawaji May 31
Media (R)evolutions: How users purchase goods online differs by country via
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