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Tuesday, September 05, 2006 

This is the One!

The IDB has just released an updated version of its database on social indicators for Latin-America and the Caribbbean. And the innovation lies with the integration of complete maps displaying dissagregated sub-national data for 15 countries in the region. Information System on Social Indicators and Equity (EQxIS)

*And more: as an upcoming seminar is scheduled at IDB headquarters in DC, around the theme: “Using Statistics for Broad-Based Development: Challenges for Latin-America and the Caribbean”.

The dates are for September 28th – 29th, and I will provide updates as they become available.

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