"We just need the community's help — not their decision — in answering some questions so that we can make it better." I agree with this. People across the world love to comment on issues (or make issues with comments) but often they fail to suggestion solutions and extend full cooperation. There is definite need for reely available common data exchange tools which can be used by everyone across the world. However whereever there is need for a programmer, the data become inaccessible due to high cost of getting it, analysing it and presenting it for decision making. Even today policy makers from large states to small villages lack reliable and consistent knowledge to make, implement and audit development policies. Even multilateral agencies and countries donot have common master codes, data structures and realtime information capturing platforms. Even with internet penetration in almost all countries most of the data reported is 2 to 3 years old.