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ILO Development Cooperation Dashboard: What it is - How it works

The Dashboard provides customizable views of data on ILO development cooperation funded by voluntary contributions worldwide.

Presentation | 24 January 2017
Discover the new ILO Development Cooperation Dashboard
The ILO Development Cooperation Dashboard offers customizable views of ILO development cooperation funded by voluntary contributions around the world. It shows the expenditure of core voluntary contributions (Regular Budget Supplementary Account - RBSA - since 2008) and non-core voluntary contributions (Extra-budgetary Technical Cooperation - XBTC, since 2005). Feedback is welcome, and should be addressed to PARDEV@ilo.org.

The Dashboard provides financial and programme information through a graphic interface based on maps and interactive graphics linked to source data, which allows users to refine their view of the data by funding partner, location, and ILO programme area. Data for different years can be selected using the slider above the graphic (shown below).

The data can be viewed by any combination of partner category, region/country, and programme area, either through a map or through a depiction of financial flows (select view from the dark blue band above the graphic). Link buttons in the columns indicate by their diameter the volume of resources involved, and when the mouse passes over one this highlights the views available (different combinations of partners, locations, and programme areas); clicking on one will produce the desired view. The views can thus be refined by clicking sequentially on any combination of buttons in the left (Partner Category) and right (Programme Areas) column, making links available to data on the projects so defined (click on "Project Count").
 
Data from the view refined by the user can also be exported to CSV files for reuse by clicking on "Export Data".
To return to the base view, click on "Reset".

Data is provided for indicative purposes only and may be subject to adjustment. Users requiring certified data for official purposes are invited to contact the ILO's Partnerships and Field Support Department (PARDEV@ilo.org).