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Key Words

High resolution mapping
The presentation of spatial data to a detailed scale and scope

Population displacement
The displacement of people refers to the forced movement of people caused by factors such as natural disasters, famine, diseases, or conflict. This causes direct displacement: actual movement of people from their locations, and indirect displacement which leads to loss of livelihood forcing people to move.

Open data
This is data that anybody can access, use and share.

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