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|Depth of extreme poverty (poverty gap)||Depth of extreme poverty (also known as the poverty gap) tells us how far people are from the extreme poverty line, on average per country. Data is for 2015||percent||World Bank PovcalNet.||ZIPCSV|
|Income share by quintile||Percentage of income received by each quintile of the population. Data is for 2014 or most recent year prior.||percent||World Bank World Development Indicators, series code SI.DST.FRST.20, SI.DST.02ND.20, SI.DST.03RD.20, SI.DST.04TH.20 and SI.DST.05TH.20.||ZIPCSV|
|International resource flows to and from developed countries||Estimates of international resource flows from and to the country, US$ (constant 2016 prices). Data is for 2000-2016. Data on private development assistance (PDA) is shown for a single year only. See methodology for detailed notes on the data for each resource flow.||constant 2016 US$||Source: Development Initiatives based on numerous sources. Note that data on some flows are missing. Official development assistance, other official flows and officially supported export credits: OECD DAC. Foreign direct investment: OECD. Long- and short-term debt: World Bank International Debt Statistics. Portfolio equity: World Bank data bank. Remittances: World Bank Migration and Remittances Data. Private Development Assistance: Hudson Institute Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances 2016 and OECD DAC.||ZIPCSV|
|International resource flows to and from developing countries||Estimates of international resource flows to and from the country, US$ (constant 2016 prices). Data is for 2000-2016. Estimates are in gross for inflows where available, with the following exceptions: foreign direct investment and portfolio equity are net inflows (new investments minus disinvestments) and short-term debt is net flows (disbursements minus capital repayments). Blended finance refers to private finance mobilised by official development finance interventions, data is available for 2012-2015 only. Data on South-South Cooperation can vary in-terms of definition and types of flow included by provider. See methodology for detailed notes on the data for each resource flow.||constant 2016 US$||Source: Development Initiatives based on numerous sources. Note that data on some flows are missing. Official development assistance, other official flows, officially supported export credits, blended finance: OECD DAC. Foreign direct investment: UNCTAD Stats. Long- and short-term debt: World Bank International Debt Statistics. Portfolio equity: World Bank data bank. Remittances: World Bank Migration and Remittances Data. Tourism: World Bank World Development Indicators. South-South cooperation data is based on the national sources of each provider.||ZIPCSV|
|Non-grant government revenue||Non-grant government revenue. Data is for 2016.||constant 2016 US$, NCU||Development Initiatives based on IMF Staff reports.||ZIPCSV|
|Population by age group||Number of people in each of 3 age bands.||unit||World Bank World Development Indicators, series code SP.POP.0014.TO.ZS, SP.POP.1564.TO.ZS and SP.POP.65UP.TO.ZS.||ZIPCSV|
|Total population||Total population. Data is for 2016||unit||World Bank World Development Indicators||ZIPCSV|
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