How do I find a set of high quality datasets for a specific country? (How do I use the Data Grid?)

The Data Grids help our users find the most critical and useful data. They provide a quick way to find datasets that meet or partially meet the criteria for a set of core data categories, like internally displaced persons and refugee numbers, conflict events, roads and airports, food prices, administrative divisions, health facilities, and baseline population. These categories of core data, determined from research with our users, may be customized to meet the needs of specific countries and the evolving data needs of humanitarian response. The small square to the left of the dataset name indicates if the dataset is complete (dark blue) or incomplete (light blue), depending on how it meets the criteria for the Data Grids. In the latter case, hovering on a dataset name displays some comments about the limitations of the dataset. Learn more in our blog post about it.

Data Grids are not available for all countries. Here is an overview.