Cookies our way of collecting data on our website
We collect data when you visit our website via Cookies. What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that we create when you visit our website. We store these files on your computer and we access them every time you visit our websites. They contain information regarding your visit and activity. For instance we keep information regarding your selections as you explore our website, without cookies every time you left the page to visit a new link your previous choices would be lost.
While you are browsing our website some cookies may have been set by third parties which we have chosen to use as suppliers. We control their use of your data through contracts and they are only allowed to use your data strictly for the purpose we have stated.
However, while browsing our website you may also visit other linked websites such as the World Bank’s databases. We do not control what type of information these websites collect and we suggest that you read their Cookies policy if you want to find out.
Want to get rid of cookies?
You can manage your cookies if you so wish. They are kept on your web browser. Popular web browsers include Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Each web browser stores cookies in a slightly different file but they usually store them under Tools, Options, Privacy. You can choose your settings and how often you want cookies to be deleted. Do note that banning all cookies will make some websites difficult or impossible to navigate.