While the SPI offers a broad range of indicators, wide country coverage, and a strong conceptual framework, further efforts to improve the measurement of statistical performance are needed. For example, country-level statistics on data use and data infrastructure are patchy.
The World Development Indicators (WDI) is the World Bank’s premier compilation of international statistics on global development. Drawing from officially recognized sources and including national, regional, and global estimates, the WDI provides access to almost 1,600 indicators for 217 economies, with some time series extending back more than 50 years.
The World Development Indicators 2011 publication and database update are now available. The publication is the 15th edition of WDI and the database now contains updated data through 2009 or 2010 for many indicators. A number of additions and improvements have been made to the WDI database in this update.
the WGI data. Many of these indicators provide highly specific and disaggregated information about particular dimensions of governance that are of great independent interest. For this reason we make the underlying source data available together with the six aggregate indicators through the WGI website.
The SDGs include 231 indicators for 169 targets. The data requirements for the 60 indicators of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the SDGs’ predecessor, were modest in comparison. Yet in 2015, the target year of the MDGs, countries reported on average data on only 68% of the MDG indicators. Increased Data Requirements by SDGs
Service Delivery Indicators: Data for Results and Accountability. The Service Delivery Indicators provide a set of metrics for benchmarking service delivery performance in . education and health in Africa. The overall objective of the indicators is to gauge the quality of service delivery in primary education and basic health services.
Debt Indicators 2011–2020 20 Equity Flows in 2020 23 Supporting Debt Transparency 27 PART II: Aggregate and Country Tables 31 All Low- and Middle-Income Countries 33 East Asia and Pacific 34 Europe and Central Asia 35 Latin America and the Caribbean 36 Middle East and North Africa 37 South Asia 38 Sub-Saharan Africa 39 Afghanistan 40 Albania 41