An interesting interactive map

By Jonathan Paci on November 14, 2013


The other day, while surfing on the internet I found this interesting interactive map, which gives plenty of information (don't know how accurate) on how African countries score with one another on a scale from 0 to 100. The author claims that data population statistics are updated to 2013.

You can check how it works by clicking on the countries. Unfortunately if you are using a Mac or other Apple device, you won't be able to see anything since it's in Flash...hard luck!

Actually this map comes quite handy for people working in the International Development sector which are willing to relocate and want to get a quick glimpse of how each African country is developing, in comparison to the rest of the continent. This map takes into account 28 different indicators and grades each country on a scale from 0 to 100.

If you are looking for a job in the International Development sector you will definitely have more chances with those countries which have a very low score (red)... No wonder why!

DATA SOURCES: WHO, UNDP, ILGA, IGME, FAO, Index Mundi, The World Bank, Freedom House, The World Fact, Book, Gallup Worldview, Women for Women International, Nation Master, African Development Bank, Mo Ibrahim Foundation. Developed on behalf of

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