HarvestChoice 2000 Average Travel Time to Nearest Town over 50K (hours) Data

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HarvestChoice 2000 Average Travel Time to Nearest Town over 50K 

HarvestChoice is a research initiative which generates information to help guide strategic investments in agriculture aimed at improving the well‐being of poor people in Sub-Saharan Africa through more productive and profitable farming. The initiative is coordinated by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the University of Minnesota and is supported by a grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Median travel time to human settlement of 50,000 or greater population (aggregation type: AVG) . Inland white colored areas indicate waterbodies for which no travel time or route was available at the time of creation.

 

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Average Travel Time to Nearest Town over 100K (hours) Data: http://harvestchoice.org/data/average-travel-time-nearest-town-over-100k-hours-2000

Average Travel Time to Nearest Town over 250K (hours) Data: http://harvestchoice.org/data/average-travel-time-nearest-town-over-250k-hours-2000

Average Travel Time to Nearest Town over 500K (hours) Data: http://harvestchoice.org/data/average-travel-time-nearest-town-over-250k-hours-2000

Source / Citation: 
HarvestChoice/IFPRI 2009 
First released on: 
1 May, 2011 
Last version on: 
1 May, 2011 
Format: 
CSV 
Use Policy: 
Free to use, modify and distribute with due credits and citation. 
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Data available for download in CSV format. Spatial data layer may be explored using MAPPR and downloaded in geoTIFF and ASCII raster formats.