In case you haven't already come across it, the Pew Research Center has produced an excellent resource to track the demography and geography of world religions called the Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Project.
The face of the globe is changing rapidly, and along with it, attitudes towards human rights, education, justice, global politics, law and the place of the human person in the modern world. The changes are a mixed-bag: some positive, some alarming, such as the restrictions being placed on a fundamental human rights such as religious rights and rights of conscience and expression.
The data is illuminating and puts the work of humanitarian organizations into sharper focus.
Read more from the Pew-Templeton Project here.