Estimated poverty measures at '05 PPP $1.25/day and $2/day international poverty lines. These measures are now available for 24 countries in sub-Saharan Africa at the province or district level.
Agro-Ecological Zones for sub-Saharan Africa based on FAO/IIASA methodology: All Tropics and sub-Tropics (HarvestChoice/IFPRI 2010) (aggregation type: NONE)
Average length of growing period in days (1960-1995). (aggregation type: AVG)
Length of growing period class (1960-1995). (aggregation type: NONE)
Coefficient of variation of the length of growing period (1960-1995). (aggregation type: AVG)
The maps below show the distribution of centres of population of greater than 20,000, 50,000, 100,000, 250,000 and 500,000 people in sub-Saharan Africa.
This map shows road networks for Africa compiled from a variety of sources. Transportation networks represent the economic arteries of countries and regions.
This map depicts transportation costs and the "marketsheds" based on the least cost trade corridors associated with port facilities.
This is a range of maps of accessibility to market centers of varying sizes in Africa.
Potential production capacity (mt/ha) for current cultivated land for groundnut under rainfed conditions with high levels of input (1961-1990). (aggregation type: WGHTD)
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