The areas of focus for this subject matter comprise of statistics on health, education and crime. Health consists of information that speaks to the overall health status of the Guyanese people and the quality of health services provided. Education statistics captures the attendance of our school age population all levels of schooling. While crime statistics refers to reported serious crimes that occur within the boundaries of Guyana.
This section disseminates information on average rainfall, hours of bright sunshine, maximum and minimum temperate as well as relative humidity. This information is collected from the various Meteorological Stations situated on the coastland of Guyana.
Information in this section is captured from three (3) government entities. The labour component refers to employment in the public sector. The social security component is the number of pensioners, and the transportation refers to the registration of new motor vehicles annually by the Guyana Revenue Authority.
National Accounts is an accounting framework which presents the operation of the nation’s economy in much the same ways business accounts describe the operation of an enterprise. Based on a set of internationally agreed concepts, definitions, and classifications and accounting rules. The main building blocks in the system of national accounts are classifications. One such classification used is the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC. REV.4).
“This website was developed with the assistance of the Government of Canada through the Project for the Regional Advancement of Statistics in the Caribbean (PRASC).”