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)
Coefficient of variation of the length of growing period (1960-1995). (aggregation type: AVG)
Length of growing period class (1960-1995). (aggregation type: NONE)
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 depicts transportation costs and the "marketsheds" based on the least cost trade corridors associated with port facilities.
This map shows road networks for Africa compiled from a variety of sources. Transportation networks represent the economic arteries of countries and regions.
Range of maps showing accessibility to markets in sub-Saharan 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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