Ukraine BOOST offers one of the most granular micro fiscal database available to date with expenditure and revenue data available from 2003 onward by administrative, economic, functional, programmatic and geographic classification. Starting in 2018, the ministry of Finance has also began presenting such data in user friendly formats in its fiscal transparency portal.
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South Africa BOOST platform was compiled through detailed information disseminated by the Government. Central spending was collected on the Treasury portal while municipal data has been collected from municipal finances portal. The platform includes annual expenditure data from 2015 onwards across all levels. Federal data classifies the information by economic administrative and programmatic classification. Provincial and municipal data displays slightly less granularity and a functional classification that is not fully consistent with central.level..
Senegal has published comprehensive budget and execution BOOST data in the Ministry of Finance portal. The data presented in BOOST captures budget expenditures from 2010 onwards at the national level of government. The data can be broken down by administrative, functional and economic classifications, as well as projects.
The Liberia BOOST includes annual expenditure data from 2012 onwards for both budgeted and executed expenditures by the central government disaggregated by administrative, economic, functional and geographic classification and is also publicly disseminated on the government website of the Ministry of Finance
Croatia BOOST has been developed on the basis of micro fiscal data publicly disseminated directly by the Government of Croatia. Central data is available on the Open Fiscal data Package, while municipal data has been collected from the Ministry of Finance website
The Dominican Republic has published comprehensive budget and execution data in their portal (DIGEPRES). By making this information accessible to the broader public, the BOOST initiative aims to enhance transparency and accountability and foster citizen participation in the budget process in the Dominican Republic. The data presented in the DIGEPRES portal captures budget revenues (1990-2018) and expenditures (2008-2018) at the national level of government, as well as a consolidated report for years 2014 onwards.
Chile's BOOST platform has been developed on the basis of open data downloaded from the Contraloria de Chile website. It contains micro fiscal data from 2005 onwards with detailed economic, administrative and program classification information as well as complete coverage of subnational spending from 2009 onwards.
Benin BOOST database provides disaggregated annual budget and execution data of the central government from 2007 onwards disaggregated by administrative, economic, functional, and source of funding classifications. Data available for both expenditures and revenues.
The Ministry of Finance of Albania together with the World Bank developed and published a BOOST platform obtained from the National Treasury System in order to facilitate access to the detailed public finance data for comprehensive budget analysis. In this context, the Albania BOOST Public Finance Portal aims to strengthen the disclosure and demand for availability of public finance information at all level of government in the country from 2010 onwards
The Global Landslide hazard map is a gridded dataset of landslide hazard produced at the global scale. Landslides happen around the world and have devastating impacts on people and the built environment. To better understand the spatial and temporal distribution of landslide hazard worldwide, the World Bank and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) commissioned Arup to undertake a landslide hazard assessment at a global scale. Using a global landslide inventory, landslide susceptibility information provided by NASA, and an innovative machine learning model, our...
Actual evapotranspiration (AET), bimass production, water productivity
Actual evapotranspiration, Evapotranspiration deficit, biomass production, water use efficiency
This product provides information on the actual evapotranspiration (ET) on a coarse scale for the entire African Horn on the daily scale. The estimates are based on data from the Meteosat Second Generation SEVIRI sensor as well as some ancillary meteorological data. The ET estimates are produced by the Land Surface Analysis – Satellite Application Facility (LSA SAF) hosted at the Portuguese Met-service.
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Trends Above Ground Biomass Production IAP from 2009-2017 from FAO WaPOR
Land cover in Ethiopia on 10m resolution 2016, clipped for IAP
Land cover in Ethiopia on 10m resolution 2016
Land cover in Ethiopia on 10m resolution in April 2017
Land cover change SLMP pilot watershed