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Statistical Data

  • Demographics

    This section describes selected characteristics of the population of Timor-Leste. The demographic profile includes the population structure by gender and age groups as well as the distribution of the population by marital status, mother tongue, langu ... continue reading »

  • Housing

    This section provides information on housing conditions in Timor-Leste. The tabulations depict the type of existing dwellings, their main characteristics, the ownership status of the residence, and the availability of utility services such as water, ... continue reading »

  • Access Facilities

    This section describes the availability and use of several types of facilities by the population across the country. The list of facilities encompasses educational institutions, clinics, banks, bus terminals, post offices, veterinary centers, vocatio ... continue reading »

  • Durable Goods

    This section provides information on a variety of durable goods owned by the population. The scope of durable goods is restricted to those intended for household consumption, and not for business or production purposes. These consumer durables are ex ... continue reading »

  • Education

    This section provides evidence on educational outcomes and various aspects of the use of educational services by the Timorese population. A large number of topics are covered including the highest level of schooling attained by the adult and youth po ... continue reading »

  • Employment

    This section presents a range of indicators on labour market and employment conditions in Timor–Leste. The tabulations on labour force participation and unemployment follow the standard International Labour Organization approach to measurement of t ... continue reading »

  • Social Capital

    This section presents some evidence on the state of social capital in the country, i.e., the reach of existing groups, associations and networks that facilitate collective action. Six main types of groups/networks are identified, namely, those relati ... continue reading »

  • Subjective Well Being

    This section gives information on self-reported perceptions of own welfare by the Timorese population. It covers different aspects of subjectively-assessed well-being including perceived adequacy of household income, satisfaction of basic needs, food ... continue reading »