Our Design and Development teams build webtools that win hearts and capture imaginations. Winning plaudits from influencers such as David Kantor, Bill Gates, Steven Pinker, and Fareed Zakaria, World Data Lab's products inspire conversations by letting users easily find insights hiding inside the data.
OF WATER SCARCITY
Water is increasingly viewed as a key driver of both poverty reduction and conflict worldwide. Our World Water Clock provides real-time estimates of how many people are water scarce around the globe along with water availability and water reliability statistics for every country in the world. Tools like our World Water Clock empower advocates and decision-makers to drive the change necessary for solving compound problems created by our common need for water.
Our World Poverty Clock draws upon a scientifically peer-reveiwed and published methodology to visualize and forecast the incidence of extreme poverty in every country—globally, in real-time. The tool presents poverty data in a standardized manner so comparison across countries and time is feasible. Country-level poverty estimates and projections are also included, and subnational poverty forecasts for select countries worldwide provide granular detail. Data is disaggregated by age, gender, and rural/urban proximity, so communities with acute poverty challenges can be pinpointed effectively.
World Data Lab's Design and Development teams work with clients to bring data to life. We are able to deliver web tool projects at all stages of the product life cycle including conception, design, development, testing, deployment, and iteration.