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TABLR

Tabulate HarvestChoice Indicators: TABLR

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: May, 2013

HarvestChoice Tablr is an interactive data query tool similar to FAOSTAT and to the World Bank on-line table-generators. Tablr provides direct access to over 300 biophysical and socio-economic indicators for sub-Saharan Africa categorized by theme.

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Commodity Dashboard

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2012

HarvestChoice Commodity Dashboard provides a one-page view of national time-series and sub-national statistics for 21 commodity groups.

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Domain Reporter

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2012

Browse and download HarvestChoice spatial data layers for sub-Saharan Africa. Statistics are shown for all countries and level-1 administrative units.

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Region Dashboard

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2011

HarvestChoice region dashboard provides a one-page view of national time-series and sub-national statistics for 52 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Yield Target and Poverty Reduction Model for Sub-Saharan Africa

Tool Type: Model
Publication Date: January, 2011

This comparative static model estimates potential yield increases and poverty reduction effects based on user-selected yield closure gap assumptions. A poverty-productivity elasticity (extracted from the relevant literature) and crop-specific adjustments are used to link productivity gains to a lowering of poverty prevalence rates and poverty headcounts compounded over a 20 year period.

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Sub-national Per-Capita Consumption Reporting Tool

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2008

For a selected region or district and for 3 survey domains (gender of head of household, household income tercile, urban/rural location) the tool queries the entire consumption database and returns mean estimates of the quantity of food items consumed daily per capita. These estimates are derived from a set of nationally-representative household consumption surveys available for 13 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

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