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Qatar Annual Statistical Abstract 1988


General Info
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Qatar (QAT)
Coverage type 
Time period covered 
01/1978 - 12/1988
Series or system 
Qatar Annual Statistical Abstract
Data type
  • Epi surveillance
  • Nationally representative
  • Outpatient
  • Subnationally representative

The Qatar Annual Statistical Abstract is an annual publication of statistical data related to economic and social development. The chapters cover climate, education, health, transportation and communications, agriculture, import and export trade, finance and banking, vital statistics, and government expenditures.

Comprehensive tabulations show registered deaths for 1988 by nationality, sex, and age. School enrollment for government schools is displayed by grade and sex for the years 1981-1988. Additional tables in detail population numbers from the 1986 census by sex, age, and other variables such as marital status, educational attainment, and region.

Agriculture, Amoebiasis, Ascariasis, Assets, BCG vaccines, Beds, Causes of death, Climate, Crops, DTP vaccines, Dental care, Dentists, Diarrheal diseases, Diphtheria, Education, Education expenditures, Electricity, Emergency care, Employment, Employment benefits, Fertility, Food expenditures, GDP, Gonococcal infections, Government expenditures, Government health expenditures, Gynecology, HIV and AIDS, Health care personnel, Health care services, Health care use, Health facilities, Hepatitis, Hospitals, Household expenditures, Immunization, Incidence, Income, Infant mortality, Infectious diseases, Influenza, Injuries, Intestinal infectious diseases, Lab personnel, Leprosy, Literacy, Live births, Livestock, MMR vaccines, Malaria, Marital status, Measles, Medical education, Meningitis, Mortality, Mumps, Neglected tropical diseases, Neurosurgery, Nurses, Occupations, Outpatient facilities, Pediatrics, Personal health expenditures, Pharmacies, Pharmacists, Physical therapy, Physicians, Polio, Polio vaccines, Population, Prices, Private health facilities, Public health facilities, Rainfall, Rehabilitation, Respiratory infections, Road traffic injuries, Rubella, STDs, Salmonella infections, Schistosomiasis, School enrollment, Schools, Shigellosis, Stillbirths, Surgeons, Syphilis, Teachers, Telecommunications, Telephones, Tetanus, Tetanus toxoid vaccines, Trachoma, Training programs, Transportation, Tuberculosis, Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers, Varicella, Vital statistics, Water supply, Whooping cough