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UNSD - United Nations Statistics Division

The UNSD is a division of the United Nations committed to the advancement of the global statistical system. The UNSD is responsible for compiling and disseminating global statistical information, developing standards and norms...

The UNSD is a division of the United Nations committed to the advancement of the global statistical system. The UNSD is responsible for compiling and disseminating global statistical information, developing standards and norms for statistical activities, and supporting countries' efforts to strengthen the statistical systems. It also facilitates the coordination of international statistical activities and supports the functioning of the United Nations Statistical Commission.

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PUBLICATION | 18 Jun 2021

Tracking SDG7: The Energy Progress Report monitors global, regional and country progress on the three targets of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7: access to energy...

DATASET | 27 May 2021

The United Nations Statistics Division collects from all the National Statistical Offices several population censuses' datasets. The data are collected via the Demographic Yearbook census...

DATASET | 04 Jan 2021

Data on number of employees by economic activity (according to International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities, Rev.3) by country. Data expressed in total number of employees...

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UNdata is a web-based data service for the global user community. It brings international statistical databases within easy reach of users through a single-entry point. Users can search and download a variety of statistical resources compiled by the United Nations (UN) statistical system and other international agencies.
The numerous databases or tables collectively known as "datamarts" contain over 60 million data points and cover a wide range of statistical themes including agriculture, crime, communication, development assistance, education, energy, environment, finance, gender, health, labour market, manufacturing, national accounts, population and migration, science and technology, tourism, transport and trade.

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