Statistical Releases


Statistical Release VI: Housing and Household Characteristics

Housing is one of the basic human needs that have a deep impact on health, welfare, social attitudes and economic productivity of the individual. It is also one of the best indicators for the people’s standard of living in the society.


Statistical Release V: Nuptiality & Fertility

Nuptiality and Fertility are one of the most important determinants of population dynamics and growth in a country. The census is the main source of information to ascertain the growth of population and its various characteristics at national and local level. These measures pave way for policy makers to formulate related policies for socio-economic needs of the population.


Statistical Release IV: Employment

This release is a brief analysis of the current labour market situation as it provides the most recent and comprehensive data of the working age population. It provides input for analysing the labour market situation, policy formulation as well as planning, implementing and monitoring programmes related to human resource development.


Statistical Release III: Education

The education sector plays a crucial role in promoting sustainable development through capacity building of the individuals for the socio-economic advancement of the society. In the Maldives considering the importance of education, the constitution bestowed education as a human right and mandated the government to provide free education up to Class 10.


Statistical Release II: Migration

The process of distribution and redistribution of population occurs through natural growth and migration. The redistribution through migration is shaped by a variety of demographic, geographic and socio-economic factors.


Statistical Release I: Population and Households

This Statistical Release discusses the basic demographic characteristics of the ‘Total Maldivian Population’ enumerated in 2014 Census looking into its changes over time. References will be made to Resident population too. The Foreign population will be looked into only in 2014 census, as this is the first time foreign population has been covered.