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Adam Oxford
Adam Oxford

It’s not the most user-friendly interactive and we’d be pretending if we knew what “Global friction surface enumerating land-based travel speed with access to motorized transport for a nominal year 2019” meant. But the Malaria Atlas Project’s latest map layer is eye-opening. While the map is designed to show malaria prevalence, it features one incredible optional layer, showing the estimated time it takes to reach a healthcare station from anywhere on Earth.

Adam Oxford
  • Adam Oxford is a freelance journalist, media consultant and civic tech enthusiast. He also works closely with startups developing solutions to access to justice problems.

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