The data of the sample household living standards survey show that in the Republic of Belarus Quarter I, 2023 disposable resources Disposable resources comprise household funds, the value of consumed home-grown food less the expenses of its production and (or) received from other sources without payment, the value of in-kind benefits and payments 1) per household totaled BYN 1900 per month.
Topical issues of conducting surveys to collect poverty data, combining surveys and alternative data sources to produce poverty estimates, and data dissemination were discussed at the Workshop on Harmonization of Poverty Statistics to Measure SDG 1 and 10 and the Meeting of the Group of Experts on Measuring Poverty and Inequality. The events were organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Statistical Division and took place on December 7-9 in Geneva, Switzerland.
On 15 November 2022, the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus hosted a meeting between the Chairperson of Belstat, Inna Medvedeva, and the Representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Belarus, Rustam Khaidarov.
Best practices in establishing a national data framework to measure progress towards the SDGs were presented at the International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities 2022 “Resilient National Evaluation Systems for Sustainable Development” by Elena Kuharevich, First Deputy Chairperson of the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus, Head of the Interagency Group on Monitoring and Evaluation of the Council for Sustainable Development.
On 19 September 2022 the Census Week – the Workshop and the Meeting of the Group of Experts on Population and Housing Censuses organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) started in Geneva, Switzerland.
A meeting of the Statistical Council of the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus and the Federal State Statistics Service was held in Mogilev, Belarus. Opening the meeting, Inna Medvedeva, Chairperson of Belstat, noted that Belstat and Rosstat have very close ties.
The statistical reference book provides brief information on the socio-economic situation in the Republic of Belarus.
The publication presents the results of the annual estimates of the System of National Accounts. The accounts of the System reflect economic transactions taking place between institutional units within each kind of economic activity.
The Statistical Yearbook is the most comprehensive publication of the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus which reflects phenomena and processes occurring in the economic and social life of the country.
The second volume of the publication “Regions of the Republic of Belarus. Main socio-economic indicators of regions, cities and districts” contains statistics by regions, the city of Minsk, cities of regional subordination and districts for 2021 in comparison with previous years.
The data book is a publication that describes the socio-economic development of the regions of the country: regions, districts and selected cities in 2021 in comparison with previous years. The data book is issued in two volumes.
The short data book contains statistical information on the main economic indicators of agricultural development of the Republic of Belarus.
GDP in current prices (january-april 2023)
GDP at constant prices (january-april 2023)
(january-april 2022 = 100%)
Consumer price index (April 2023)
(December 2022 = 100%)
Nominal gross average earnings (April 2023)
Population of the Republic of Belarus (as of January 1, 2023)