Indicateurs socio-économiques et Indices de population

Human population density and distribution, indicators of social and economic welfare at the international and global levels like poverty indexes, human development indexes.
Keywords: population distribution, population statistics, urban areas, rural areas, socio-economic statistics, education, health statistics, illness, hunger, malnutrition, undernourishment, stanted growth. 

 Highly degraded croplands with soil carbon sequestration potential and high poverty rates 25 June 2007 The map is a regional (South and Southeast Asia) raster data layer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. It shows locations in agricultural production in South and Southeast Asia that are highly degraded as well as highly degraded areas that also have a medium to high soil potential for carbon sequestration. The map is based on the Assessment of the Human Induced Soil Degradation in South and South East Asia conducted between 1994-1997 by the International Soil Reference and Information Center (ISRIC), and the dataset of soil carbon gap and high (over 40%) prevalence of stunting amongst children under five dataset(s) FAO. The data sources are from FAO and ISRIC. [more]
 Biodiversity hotspots in areas poorly suited to rainfed agriculture with high poverty rates 25 June 2007 The map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. It shows areas of biodiversity hotspots on croplands poorly suited to rainfed agriculture which also have high poverty rates. Poverty rates areas are mapped using the datasets on stunting amongst children under five dataset (FAO). The stunting indicator is based on an estimate of the distribution of chronic undernutrition at national and sub-national levels using stunting in growth among children under five years of age. Areas with over 40 percent prevalence of stunting amongst children under the age of five are shown. The data sources are from FAO. [more]
 Changes in the number of undernourished, by country, between 1990-1992 and 2000-2002 (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD changes in undernourishment map is a global vector datalayer at scale 1:5 000 000. The map depicts the differences among countries with respect to the difference between the share of the population estimated to be undernourished in 1990-1992 and in 2000-2002, as reported in the FAO publication The State of Food Insecurity (SOFI) in the World 2004. The method used by FAO to estimate the number of undernourished by country is described in FAOSTAT. [more]
 Estimated number of stunted children under five, by lowest available subnational administrative unit, varying years (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD estimated number of stunted children map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. The number of stunted children is estimated according to the lowest available sub-national administrative units: all pixels within the unit boundaries will have the same value, that means the estimated number of stunted children in the unit. Data have been compiled by FAO using three main information: the prevalence of stunting, LandScan global population database and the percentage of children under five. This last information is at national level and its source is UNICEF. [more]
 Share of population living in poverty, by country, varying years (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD poverty map is a global vector datalayer at scale 1:5 000 000. The map depicts the differences among countries with respect to the national population estimated to be living in poverty as of the latest year for which data was available in 2005. Data have been compiled by FAO from data reported in World Bank, WDI Online, as of April 2005. [more]
Prevalence of stunting among children under five, by lowest available subnational administrative unit, varying years (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD prevalence of stunting map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. The percentage of stunted children undev five year old is reported according to the lowest available sub-national administrative units: all pixels within the unit boundaries will have the same value. Data have been compiled by FAO from different sources: Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS), UNICEF MICS, WHO Global Database on Child Growth and Malnutrition, and national surveys. [more]
 Share of population undernourished, by country, 2000-2002 (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD prevalence of undernourishment map is a global vector datalayer at scale 1:5 000 000. The map depicts the differences among countries with respect to the share of the national population estimated to be undernourished in 2000-2002, as reported in the FAO publication The State of Food Insecurity (SOFI) in the World 2004. The method used by FAO to estimate the number of undernourished by country is described in FAOSTAT. [more]
Degree of human development, by country, 2000 (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD degree of human development map is a global vector datalayer at scale 1:5 000 000. The map depicts national statistical data and highlights differences among countries with respect to the human development index for the year 2000. Data are from UNDP, 2002, Human Development Report. [more]
 Share of population living in extreme poverty, by country, varying years (FGGD) 25 June 2007 The FGGD extreme poverty map is a global vector datalayer at scale 1:5 000 000. The map depicts the differences among countries with respect to the national population estimated to be living in extreme poverty as of the latest year for which data was available in 2005. Data have been compiled by FAO from data reported in World Bank, WDI Online, as of April 2005. [more]
Rural population density (persons per square kilometre), 2000 (FGGD) 10 May 2007 The FGGD rural population density map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. Each pixel classified as rural by the urban area boundaries map contains the number of persons per square kilometre, aggregated from the 30 arc-second datalayer. All remaining pixels contain no data. The method used by FAO to generate this datalayer is described in FAO, 2005, Mapping global urban and rural population distributions, by M. Salvatore, et. al. [more]
Global population density estimates, 2015 (FGGD) 10 May 2007 The FGGD estimated 2015 global population density map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 2.5 arc-minutes. Each pixel contains an estimated value for persons per square kilometre in 2015, obtained by applying population growth trends to population counts for the lowest subnational administrative unit for which 2000 population data were available. The method used by FAO and CIESIN to generate this datalayer is described in FAO, 2005, Mapping global urban and rural population distributions, by M. Salvatore, et. al. [more]
Rural population distribution (persons per pixel), 2000 (FGGD) 10 May 2007 The FGGD rural population distribution map is a global raster datalayer with a resolution of 5 arc-minutes. Each pixel classified as rural by the urban area boundaries map contains a numeric count of persons in the land area represented by the pixel, aggregated from the 30 arc-second datalayer. All remaining pixels contain no data. The method used by FAO to generate this datalayer is described in FAO, 2005, Mapping global urban and rural population distributions, by M. Salvatore, et. al. [more]

dernière mise à jour:  mardi 17 mars 2009