Sustainable Development

Derilinx are proud to work with organisations like the World Bank and international NGOs to deliver against Sustainable Development Goals.

World Bank Energy Data Portal

World Bank is an open data platform providing access to datasets and data analytics that are relevant to the energy sector. has been developed as a public good available to governments, development organisations, private sector, non-governmental organisations, academia, civil society and individuals to share data and analytics that can help achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 7 of ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

Derilinx also build applications for The World Bank Energy team that give users the ability to visualise data in many different ways, allowing them to extract insights directly from the graphs. This helps to deliver positive impact in a variety of projects  such as electrification, renewable energy, clean cooking, etc.

The World Bank Open Data platform provides access to rich energy sector related data and advanced analytics, covering more than 160 countries. Over the years, Derilinx have become the most important partner in ensuring the sustainable operation of the Platform, access to datasets and effectively building impactful web applications and GIS visualization tools toward informing strategic and project level decisions and improved economic development. They deeply care about their customers, always striving to over deliver against objectives.

Tigran Parvanyan - Energy Specialist - Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme (ESMAP)

World Bank Water Data Portal


As the world’s largest multilateral source of financing for water in developing countries, the World Bank is working closely with partners to achieve “A Water-Secure World for All,” by sustaining water resources, delivering services and building resilience.

With more than 2,680 datasets, global coverage, across 3 Intervention Pillars (Resilience, Services and Sustainable Water Resources) the World Bank Water Data is a one-stop shop for all water-related open data at the World Bank.

Derilinx also build applications for The World Bank Water team that give users the ability to visualise data in many different ways, allowing them to extract insights directly from the graphs. This helps to deliver positive impact in a variety of projects  such as unchartered water, women in water, etc.

We successfully launched the World Bank Water Data portal at this past year. It currently aggregates the largest collection of water data in one place along with curated data visualizations that allow for rapid analysis of water-related development challenges.
Derilinx was instrumental in helping us crystallize this vision of a one-stop-shop for water data and make it a reality. We have had an extremely fruitful collaboration. Their expertise, dedication, passion, and ready-to-help attitude for helping us deliver on our vision have exceeded our expectations. It has been a pleasure working with them.

Esha Zaveri – Water Global Practice, World Bank Group

IATI Registry

International Aid Transparency Initiative

The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Registry provides links to all raw data officially published by organisations using the IATI Standard. Derilinx collaborates with Development Initiatives to provide managed support model for the IATI Registry, the authoritative index of all data published in IATI XML format. The IATI Registry is built using the CKAN Portal.

Resource Data Portal

Natural Resource Governance Institute

ResourceData helps people to realise the benefits of their countries’ endowments of oil, gas and minerals. It contains EITI data pertaining to the global standard for the good governance of oil, gas and mineral resources. The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a global standard to promote the open and accountable management of natural resources from over 50 countries. The standard seeks to addresses the key governance issues of the oil, gas and mining sectors.

ResourceData also includes Resource Governance Index (RGI) data, which measures the quality of resource governance in 81 countries. The RGI library contains almost 10,000 source documents which RGI researchers used to verify their answers to 149 survey questions across 89 country-sector assessments. Users can search the documents by question, assessment type, country and subcomponent.

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