Statistics on Afghanistan. Asif Karimi and Hassan Wafaey. Introduction. Indicators Used Reasons for Collecting these data Aims Challenges Conclusion. Sources. AREU Library Central Statistic Office UNDP World Health Statistics. Indicators Used. Population (Kabul & Afghanistan)
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Asif Karimi and Hassan Wafaey
Why did we collect these information?
AREU research teams/ Other research and policy organizations such as Government and International donors
Most of the statistics is recorded in Dari/ Translated to English for international use.
This database is a start to be further developed
1. Changes in government and policies affected the data(e.g. changes in the number of secondary schools and categories of schools)
2. Changes in Data from one year to another with no apparent reason.
3. The data estimation is based on the calculation from 1357 ( e.g. the asphalt road construction)
The data management from the year 1382 onward is quite different from the 1360s and 1370s.
After President Karzai came to power, data was collected using different methodologies and recorded differently (e.g. road construction from 1382-86 is included in reconstruction projects / and statistics on dry fruit export).
The figures from one year were not consistent with the figures from the following years.
Missing Data: The data has not been collect over the Taliban years
We can’t rely on these data alone, but if you compare with other sources, it may still be useful.