|Population at 01/01/2017
|Inflation within 2016
|CPI within 2016
|GDP within 2016
||54.5 bln. somoni
|1 US Dollar
|10 Russian roubles
March 19, 2014 at the Agency on Statistics under the President of Tajikistan the new database TojikInfo as well as the updated webpage TojikInfo has been presented.
The event has been attended by experts of several governmental institutions, including ministries, international organizations, and by the specialists of the Agency on Statistics and by mass media.
The Director of the Agency, Mrs. Gulnora Hasanova noted that the main objective of the new database is to improve access to high-quality and timely information,as well as strengthening the national capacity on monitoring, analysis, dissemination and reporting, regarding the achievements of national human development indicators, in particular the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Strategy for improving the welfare of the population. Director thanked the Representative of UNICEF in Tajikistan for the technical support to implement the working plan for the Monitoring of children s rights in particular its component "Support of measures to strengthen TojikInfo."
Mrs. Laylee Moshiri- UNICEF Representative in Tajikistan said, that there havebeen conducted a number of seminars and training for staff of the Agency. Furthermore equipment has been provided. The support of the TojikInfo database system was carried out with an emphasis on sustainability and its complementarity with existing and developing systems.
TojikInfo is a country adaptation of DevInfo database software for Tajikistan. DevInfo is a royalty-free tool endorsed by the United Nations Development Group that allows accessing data on human development in just a few clicks. It is software to support UN member states that focuses on promoting the utilization of national statistical information in evidence-based policy and planning dialogues at the global, regional, national, and sub- national levels.
The new TojikInfo database contains 184 indicators across 28 topics and 8 sectors such as demography, economy, education, health, nutrition, child protection, water and sanitation and communications. The data are disaggregated by geographical areas – rural/urban, as well as regional and district levels, depending on their availability.
Built on DevInfo 7, TojikInfo database provides a method to organise, store and display data in a uniform format and has customizable visualization tools that can be used to create, download and share tables, graphs, maps and other visual outputs for inclusion in reports, presentations and other advocacy or planning materials.