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The World Bank declares its mission "to end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity;" as such, it collects a huge variety and amount of data. Their "global development data" includes agriculture, natural disaster, credit, poverty, and trade data. World Bank makes all its data free and open, even including a guide to new users. In addition to data and various reports, the World Bank also provides low-interest loans, grants, policy recommendations, and other resources to people in poorer world regions.





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