Updated October 18, 2019
| Dataset date: May 29, 2019
This dataset updates: Every day
Reference historic FX rates quoted by the European Central Bank (ECB) converted to USD base currency.
There are two resources - one with USD as the quote currency (more standard x/USD) and another with USD as the base currency (USD/x).
Note that where the rate is 0 or NaN, it means that the currency existed in the past but no longer exists.
Updated October 17, 2019
| Dataset date: Jan 1, 2019-Aug 31, 2019
This dataset updates: Every month
This dataset brings together data from a range of sources to provide a greater overall and comparative understanding of the current situation and context inside each district. The core indicators consist of key drivers (conflict, basic commodity prices, exclusion and marginalization, and disrupted access to life-saving services and income sources) and their major expected humanitarian impacts (food insecurity, cholera). The dataset includes a mix of quantitative and qualitative data. Qualitative data is collected by ACAPS through daily media monitoring, secondary data review, thematic products and discussions with experts in Yemen and the region. ACAPS tracks changes in these indicators and alerts the humanitarian community to emerging trends or risks that could overwhelm local coping mechanisms in Yemen, triggering a humanitarian emergency. This dataset forms the core of ACAPS Yemen Crisis Insight bi-monthly products such as the Yemen: Crisis Impact Overview and Yemen Risk Overview, and ad hoc risk alerts.
Updated August 12, 2019
| Dataset date: Mar 31, 2019
This dataset updates: Every month
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics hereby releases monthly Consumer Price Indices (CPI) and rates of inflation, for March, 2019. These numbers were generated from a survey of retail prices that targeted a basket of household consumption goods and services. The exercise was conducted during the second and third weeks of the month, with prices being obtained from selected retail outlets in 25 data collection zones in Nairobi and in 13 other urban centers.
Updated April 16, 2019
| Dataset date: Dec 31, 2017
This dataset updates: As needed
Gross County Product (GCP) is a geographic breakdown of Kenya’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that gives an
estimate of the size and structure of county economies. It also provides a benchmark for evaluating the growth
of county economies over time.
The GCP estimates are consistent with the published national GDP in the sense that the sum of the GCP is equal
to national-level GDP. However, it has not been possible to distribute taxes (less subsidies) on products due to
lack of sufficient details.
Updated March 16, 2019
| Dataset date: Feb 5, 2018
This dataset updates: Never
The AFDB Statistical Data Portal has been developed in response to the increasing demand for statistical data and indicators relating to African Countries. The Portal provides multiple customized tools to gather indicators, analyze them, and export them into multiple formats.
With the Data Portal, you can visualize Socio-Economic indicators over a period of time, gain access to presentation-ready graphics and perform comprehensive analysis on a Country and Regional level
Updated February 18, 2019
| Dataset date: Nov 1, 2018
This dataset updates: Every year
With its Global Militarisation Index (GMI), BICC is able to objectively depict worldwide militarisation for the first time. The GMI compares, for example, a country’s military expenditure with its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and its health expenditure.
It contrasts the total number of military and paramilitary forces in a country with the number of physicians. Finally, it studies the number of heavy weapons available to a country’s armed forces. These and other indicators are used to determine a country’s ranking, which in turn makes it possible to measure the respective level of militarisation in comparison to other countries.
The latest GMI of 2018 covers 155 countries and is based on the latest available figures (in most cases data for 2017). Israel, Singapore, Armenia, Cyprus, South Korea, Russia, Greece, Jordan, Brunei and Belarus are the top 10 worldwide. These countries allocate particularly high levels of resources to the military in comparison to other areas of society. See project website for more information