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Data and Statistics

The World Bank gathers and shares development data to improve understanding of the challenges facing each country. The following resources cover a range of social and economic measures of poverty and development.

Central African Republic: Quick Facts 
For a complete list of indicators, refer to the Central African Republic Country Data Profile. Refer to the Africa Quick Queryto customize and manage timeseries data on a wide range of topics.

World Bank Sources of Data

Summary Data

Millennium Development Goals for Central African Republic: Targets for reducing poverty, improving health and education, and protecting the environment.
Central African Republic Country Data Profile
  Central African Republic-at-a-Glance (PDF)


Data by Topic

 Doing Business in CAR: Summaries of the cost of doing business in CAR, based on an assessment of regulations or practices that enhance or constrain business investment, productivity, and growth.
Information/Communications/Telecommunications (PDF): ICT infrastructure & access, Computers and the Internet, ICT expenditures, and ICT business & government environment.
Gender Statistics: Country data sheets showing summary gender indicators, basic demographic data, population dynamics, labor force structure, and education and health statistics.

Summary Gender Profile  (PDF)

Health Nutrition Population Statistics: Summary indicators for health status, health determinants, and health finance.
Education Statistics: A variety of national and international sources and provides information on key education topics.


Debt

World Bank Debt Service: Debt service repayments for World Bank loans and/or credits.

  National External Debt: Total external debt (joint OECD, Bank for International Settlements, IMF, World Bank). 


Poverty Data

Measuring Poverty in the Central African Republic
Household Survey Navigator
Africa Development Indicators 2004: Drawn from the World Bank Africa Database, this publication provides the most detailed collection of development data on Africa in one volume. It presents data from 53 African countries and 5 regional country groups, arranged in separate tables or matrices for more than 500 indicators of development.
World Development Indicators 2004: Information and selected samples from the WDI 2004 publication, the World Bank's premier annual compilation of data about development.
  Main World Bank Data site

Other Sources of Data on Central African Republic

African Development Bank

Statistics from the African Development Bank

International Monetary Fund (IMF)

World Economic Outlook Databases: Databases to the  World Economic Outlook Reports. You can download macroeconomic data (GDP, Inflation, etc.) tables which list all countries, including the Central African Republic.


United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

 Human Development Indicators in Central African Republic: Shows Central African Republic's ranking in the Human Development Report as well as a broad range of indicators from poverty to demographic trends to women's political participation, etc.

World Health Organization (WHO)

UNAIDS/WHO
-- Epidemological Factsheets on Central African Republic:
 HIV/AIDS prevalence and related indicators.





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