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Codebooks and User Guides: CCAPS researchers provide detailed information on coding procedures for datasets supported by the program as well as user guides for the CCAPS mapping tool and thematic dashboards.
Date:
16 July 2016

The Social Conflict Analysis Database (SCAD) is the successor to the Social Conflict in Africa Database. This version of the data extends coverage to Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, while maintaining the data for Africa.

Date:
01 September 2015

This user guide provides detailed information on the climate aid data collected by the CCAPS program, including the climate coding process and the coding spectrum used to evaluate aid project activities.

Date:
30 July 2015

This codebook describes the coding system for each variable included in the CCAPS program’s African Constitutional Design Database.

Date:
01 February 2015

The codebook for the Armed Conflict Location and Event Datset (ACLED) explains the data collection process, including where and how the data for ACLED events is collected and organized, and defines conflict actor types and events.

Date:
25 August 2014

This dataset provides data on literacy rates, primary and secondary school attendance rates, access to improved water and sanitation, household access to electricity, and household ownership of radio and television.

Date:
26 July 2013
The User Guide to the CCAPS Aid Dashboard provides detailed information on how to navigate the dashboard, use advanced filters, download data, and share maps. The CCAPS Aid Dashboard combines trends analysis with the most comprehensive collection of geocoded data on aid projects in Africa.
Date:
20 June 2013
The User Guide to the CCAPS Conflict Dashboard provides detailed information on how to navigate the dashboard, use advanced filters, download data, and share maps. The CCAPS Conflict Dashboard brings together mapping, trends analysis, and raw data so that users can visualize emerging and historical conflict trends in Africa.
Date:
23 April 2013
The CCAPS Climate Security Vulnerability Model (CSVM) aims to identify places most likely vulnerable to climate security concerns in Africa. This document outlines the general mapping process used for the vulnerability model, the rationale for inclusion of particular indicators in the model, and the specific process for calculating vulnerability.
Date:
27 February 2013
The user guide provides detailed information on how to navigate the dynamic mapping platform and use advanced filters, tables, and charts to analyze climate, aid, and conflict data.
Date:
01 July 2012

This codebook presents the methodology developed and tested by the CCAPS program to track and map the climate change relevant activities within official development assistance (ODA) projects in Africa.