ID Hack

ID Hack

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Tanzania’s administrative structure has regions, districts, wards, and villages (in order from largest to smallest; the census uses enumeration areas roughly but not universally equivalent to wards). These are the shapefiles for these wards.

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2012 Tanzania Census Ward Shapefiles
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Tanzania’s administrative structure has regions, districts, wards, and villages (in order from largest to smallest; the census uses enumeration areas roughly but not universally equivalent to wards). These are the shapefiles for these wards.

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Waterpoints in Tanzania
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By some estimates, up to 60% of rural Tanzanians live without access to clean drinking water. These are the locations and statuses of 70,000+ water points, including metadata such as population served, quality, etc.

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CommCare Developers Page
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Go to http://www.commcarehq.org/support/#for-developers for more information about CommCare developer resources

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Food Security Portal (.org) - Liberia country page
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Liberia remains a highly food insecure country, with a “serious” state of hunger rating according to the 2012 Global Hunger Index. While the country is blessed with a climate favorable to agriculture, extensive biodiversity, and vast natural resources, decades of war and low economic and social investments have ravaged Liberia’s productive assets. Relative political stability has returned to the country since the end of the civil war in 2003, but Liberia still struggles to overcome the social, economic, and human costs of its history (WFP 2012).

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