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This dataset, by the Kiel Institute, lists and quantifies military, financial and humanitarian aid transferred by governments to Ukraine since the end of diplomatic relations between Russia and Ukraine on January 24, 2022. Updated as of October 3, 2022.
Details at Kiel Institute
Forbes’ 36th-annual ranking of the planet’s richest includes 2,668 people.
They’re worth a collective $12.7 trillion—$400 billion less than in 2021. The most dramatic drops have occurred in Russia, where there are 34 fewer billionaires than last year following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, and China, where a government crackdown on tech companies has led to 87 fewer Chinese billionaires on the list.
Still, Forbes found more than 1,000 billionaires who are richer than they were a year ago. And 236 newcomers have become billionaires over the past year—including the first ever from Barbados, Bulgaria, Estonia and Uruguay. America still leads the world, with 735 billionaires worth a collective $4.7 trillion, including Elon Musk, who tops the World’s Billionaires list for the first time. China (including Macau and Hong Kong) remains number two, with 607 billionaires worth a collective $2.3 trillion.
See below for the full list of the world’s billionaires and Forbes' World's Billionaires List methodology here.
The following data is based off of Pew Research's "The 10 largest refugee crises in recent times (since 1960), by number and population share." Note: Ukraine's refugee count and population share values are updated to reflect counts as of April 19, 2022 from the UNHCR. End dates that are blank are ongoing events.
African countries have been among the most heavily impacted by shortages and rising debts caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the current war in Ukraine.
According to the UN, trade disruption, food and fuel price spikes, macroeconomic instability, and security challenges are among the main direct impacts of the crisis that have particularly affected African countries due to their heavy reliance on imports from Russia and Ukraine.
Source: Social Risk Monitor.
Data collected from: Apr 15, 2022 to Jul 15, 2022.
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Categories included: 04. Environment.
Datasets included: Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Sudan.
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