Open Development Mekong has published an interactive map visualizing 472 Chinese financial aid projects in the Lower Mekong countries.
The data visualized in this map is extracted from a sub-nationally georeferenced dataset of Chinese official finance activities between 2000 and 2014 in three ecologically sensitive regions -- the Tropical Andes in South America, the Great Lakes of Africa, and the Mekong Delta in Southeast Asia.
View the map and download the data here: https://
Data source: Ben Yishay, Ariel, Bradley Parks, Daniel Runfola, Rachel Trichler. 2016. Forest Cover Impacts of Chinese Development Projects in Ecologically Sensitive Areas. AidData Working Paper #32. Williamsburg, VA: AidData.http://aiddata.org/blog/
Open Development Cambodia has recently published a new profile page on the Prey Lang Landscape. The page contains an interactive map, an interactive of major timelines associated with the Landscape, and various links to relevant resources to enhance your understanding of Prey Lang. Content is available in both English and Khmer.
Please view the new profile here....
Open Development Cambodia has published a new profile page on “Civil status” under Access to public services in both Khmer and English. This new profile includes information on: birth records and certificates, marriage records and certificates, and death records and certificates. Please click here to go to the new civil status profile and learn more....
Open Development Cambodia publishes two new profile page on “public schools” under access to public services in both Khmer and English. The profile contains information on colleges and lycées, pre-schools and primary schools across Cambodia.
Please click here to get in to college and lycees profile page.
Please click here to get in to pre schools and primary schools profile page....
Open Development Cambodia publishes a new profile page on “Data: services and fees” under Access to public services in both Khmer and English, including information on: public services for transportation, the civil registration service, service charges for electricity hook up and disconnection from Electricity of Cambodia, and contact list for EDC customers.
Please click here to access the public services for transportation page.
Please click here to access the public services for Civil registration service page.
Please click here to access the service charges for electricity hook up and disconnection from Electricity of Cambodia page.
Please click here to access the contact list for EDC customers page....
Open Development Cambodia has published a new profile page on “public transportation” under access to public services. The profile contains information in both Khmer and English on bus lines in Cambodia, their operating hours, bus stops and a route map.
Please click here to access the public transportation profile page....
The team at Open Development Mekong (ODM) and its network partners are very happy to announce the recent release of a major update since the platform was soft-launched in beta in July 2015.
During the past months, the team has been gathering and addressing feedback from users and partners in order to improve not only the look-and-feel of the site but also the processes behind it. With this new version, users will enjoy:
- A redesigned user interface with improved navigation and content discoverability. Browse through news summaries, topic pages, profiles databases, maps, law compendium, datasets and reports within a country site or across countries easily. The country site selector on the top bar allow users to discover similar content on another country site or the regional site.
- Better support for mobile devices. The layout of the site has been extensively refactored to ensure a fantastic user experience for small screens. Almost 30% of our users browse the contents on their mobile phones and tablets.
- Revised features, such as the search functionality with improved content exposure and the new data pages with new filtering capabilities for allowing user to make sense of the more than 2000 datasets currently shared under open licenses for the public to download, use and reuse.
Open Development Cambodia (ODC) has published a new online resource detailing Cambodia’s hydropower in both Khmer and English. Together with the website’s map explorer tool, the profile page aims to provide the up-to-date information on the country’s “hydropower dams, reservoirs, substations and transmission lines,” and present a clear picture using data visualizations. The page can be accessed via: https://cambodia.
The hydropower profile page aims to illuminate the present status of hydropower, with a temporal range from 1993 to 2014. ODC’s dataset highlights the hydropower profile page into four separate spreadsheets: 73 dams, 12 reservoirs, 45 substations and 49 transmission lines. In total, the dam reservoirs extend over land areas of 305,405 hectares.
The profile page is complete with hydropower map that allows users to apply several map layers – including Economic Land Concessions, Special Economic Zones, Oil and Gas Blocks, and Indigenous Communities– on ODC’s map explorer tool so that users can analyze recent development trends by overlaying the hydropower concessions with other concessions to see the country’s full scale of concessions, and with Indigenous Communities to understand how the concerned concessions are having implication on the livelihood and range of rights of the recorded indigenous communities....