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Reference AreaTime PeriodSexAge groupUnits of measurementObservation Value
Cuba1996Not applicableNot applicableNumber1.54828057977097
Cuba1999Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.18006527906562
Cuba2000Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.179499940091895
Cuba2001Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.17898900032048
Cuba2002Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.178530015983792
Cuba2003Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.178137123901317
Cuba2004Not applicableNot applicableNumber0.177830431392619
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UIS Data Centre

Source:  UNESCO Institute for Statistics

The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) provides UNdata with a subset of the more than 1,000 indicators which may be found in the UIS Data Centre.

The UIS Data Centre contains indicators and raw data on education, literacy, science, culture and communication. The UIS collects these data from more than 200 countries and international organizations.

The UIS is the primary data source of education, literacy and science data for leading publications and databases, such as:

  • Education For All Global Monitoring Report
  • World Development Indicators
  • Human Development Report
  • State of the World’s Children and many others.

The Data Centre provides free access to:

  • The Institute’s databases and survey instruments
  • Country profiles
  • Tools to build your own statistical tables
  • Related documentation and metadata.
Last update in UNdata: 24 Oct 2016 with UIS Data Centre data as of 14 Oct 2016
Next update in UNdata: end Jan 2017 est.