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About Urban Tenure

The pace of urbanization and the number of people living in urban settings has increased exponentially over the course of the past century, with more than half of the world’s population now living in urban areas. Urbanization is driven by the concentration of investment and employment opportunities in urban areas. It is estimated that half of the population Africa will live in cities by 2035 (USAID, 2014).

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Open Buildings Africa (by Google AI)

Kaspar Kundert 2021-08-05 16:58:11
The freely downloadable dataset created by Google AI for Social Good contains 516M building detections (which can be entire buildings, parts of buildings and sometimes artefacts), across an area of 19.4M km2 (64% of the African continent).For each building detection in this dataset the polygon describing its footprint on the ground, a confidence score indicating how sure we are that this is a...
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Botswana is one of Africa's most stable countries and is the continent's longest continuous multi-party democracy. Its a landlocked country in Southern Africa with up to 70 percent of its territory be...

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