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I work for a group of large NGOs (Non Government Organizations) engaged in humanitarian work through out the world. Often internet access is an issue and having access to reliable data on availability, capacity and quality data on internet access in the developing world would be of GREAT value.

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closed as off topic by Indrek, Journeyman Geek, Hennes, Renan, Canadian Luke Oct 17 '12 at 2:36

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This question doesn't seem to relate to computer hardware or software, and is thus off-topic for SuperUser. I can't really think of any StackExchange site where it would be on topic, either. – Indrek Oct 17 '12 at 0:40
is something like this what you are looking for? – Karthik T Oct 17 '12 at 1:05
Finding a library (or a web interface to) that accumulates some kind of information is not a software related question? I think this is a great question! Those maps are certainly a cool to look at. Or even use as a "live" wallpaper! That's ubersuperuser! – Ярослав Рахматуллин Oct 17 '12 at 1:34
Yes, Karthik, that link is a GREAT start and in highly ranked countries where there's ample information very useful local data is also available. Thank you! In the countries where NGOs are operating it would also be great to see the edge of the network and locations where access is not available and thus can get ISPs/MNOs/Satellite providers involved to extend access where needed. – Fredrik Winsnes Oct 17 '12 at 2:24
u can probably do something from number of ppl per country that submitted, and in africa i see a band of countries with no submissions, but i doubt more detailed information is possible without sourcing from the ISPs themselves – Karthik T Oct 17 '12 at 3:06