The Global Data Terminal (GDT) contains a broad set of data from multiple countries on the planet and the socioeconomic and environmental impacts of COVID-19. It presents specific information gathered through traditional and non-traditional information flows. We analyze this data and research the COVID-19 dynamics in the Global South’s response and recovery process.
You will find complete information through raw data, tables, graphs, visualizations, maps and other formats available to users for downloading and using information.
THE PILLARS OF THE UNDS COVID-19 RESPONSE
The COVID-19 MPTF investments and operations are guided by the UN Framework for the Immediate Socio-economic Response to COVID-19, which articulates five pillars to tackle the impacts of the pandemic. These five pillars are connected to two cross-cutting areas to build back better: Green Recovery and Gender equality.
At the COVID-19 Data & Innovation Centre you can find data visualizations on the socioeconomic aspects of the pandemic for each of these streams. Check it out!
COVID-19 contrast with mobility
Data on confirmed COVID-19 cases, active cases and deaths can be specifically observed, along with information on air travel departures data and a categorized mobility index for the national level.
Users may filter this board by active cases, confirmed cases, deceased and recovered to analyze each specific case and download, access or plug all data from our open data platform.
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Tools & Resources
Country Profiles provide information related to each country´s recovery and responde plans. Our Country Profiles get enhanced when our alliances with national actors grow, and they are the gateway to all products derived from collaboration with each country.
Participation & Citizen Generated Data (CGD)
Participation & CGD
Datalab´s participation strategy has partnered with Decidim allowing mass participation processes for strategic planning, participatory budgeting, public consultation, collaborative design for regulations, urban spaces and election processes.
Results of interpretation and research processes on relationships, causes and generation of knowledge by using traditional statistical tools, algorithms, data mining, artificial intelligence and data science. We deliver knowledge that informs about COVID-19 response and recovery processes.
Data is more approachable when there is a story involved. Our Data Stories communicate clear, forceful and timely messages. They are constructed from selected topics. Evidence and data visualizations are used to enrich the transmedia content of the stories.