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Battle of the Streaming Services
The cord-cutting phenomenon is quickly gaining traction with the advent of COVID-19. Apart from its bothersome commercials and restricted programming, cable TV demands a taxing average rate of $100 per month from its subscribers (CNET, 2019). While m (More)
The Lebanese Food Crisis
Going into its third year of a severe and continued economic depression, Lebanon is currently facing its hardest downfall which is arguably worse than that faced during the past civil wars. With all what is going around including the absence of a res (More)
The Lebanese Crisis
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Undernourishment Sustainability Challenge
This dashboard shows the percentage of people suffering from extreme undernourishment around the world. Unfortunately, there are millions of people with low income level who are currently undernourished and food insecurity appears to be increasing i (More)
Highest Paid Sports By Salaries And Endorsements
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Children Out of School: Some Insights
According to UNESCO, about 258 million children and youth are out of school for the school year ending in 2018. The total includes 59 million children of primary school age, 62 million of lower secondary school age and 138 million of upper secondary (More)
Unemployment rate over time in main historical landmarks
The labor market in Lebanon has been marked by its history of wars and economic downturn. In this graph, I show how each of these landmarks affected the unemployment rate weather in a negative or in a positive way. Where do we stand now and where are (More)
Food Prices in Lebanon - Post Revolution 2019
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Vital Statistics in Lebanon
The following dashboard gives a complete image of the vital statistics in Lebanon starting year 1999 till the year 2018. It can be seen that the number of births has increased over the past few years by approximately 74 percent (top visual). However, (More)
The variation of imports and exports in Lebanon over the last 30 years
The devaluation in the Lebanese currency has risen as Lebanon is suffering from the most severe economic problem since the civil war. As we know, Lebanon has huge depts. which forms over 150% of the national GDP, the third highest in the world. Addin (More)
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