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.
Chad: Quick Facts
For a complete list of indicators, refer to the Chad 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
Data by Source
| ||DDP: a web resource for retrieving and reporting development-related data. It can prepare reports, charts and maps which can be published and shared over the web.|
-- DDP Microdata: DDP Microdata, developed and maintained by the Development Data Group (DECDG), is a federated repository of survey data and documentation, providing authorized users with access to unit record-level datasets. The catalog is maintained through collaborative efforts by several depositors and holds information on household, investment climate, service delivery and client feedback surveys.
-- DDP Time Series: The time series component of DDP provides access to databases from the World Bank, the Food and Agriculture Organization, the International Monetary Fund, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the United Nations, and other international organizations which gather and disseminate international statistics.
|SIMA: the Bank’s central socioeconomic data system that provides access to more than 40 Bank databases and other international institutions.|
Surveys: Household, Client Feedback, Service Deliveries...
Other Sources of Data on Ethiopia