"Data.WorldBank.org Launched Today on Drupal. This is just the start of the World Bank's open data initiative
Apr 20, 2010 by Eric Gundersen
Signaling the most aggressive open data push in the international development community to date, World Bank President Robert Zoellick launched Data.WorldBank.org this morning ahead of the organization's spring meeting. All of the World Bank's 2,000+ data indicators are now open and freely available to the public. This new website is the browser for some of the most commonly used data, built to let researchers and policy makers filter though the vast data sets and quickly jump to indicators. The site currently includes 339 indicators from 209 countries, and this is just the start."