Antigua and Barbuda Gears Up for Long-Awaited 2023 Census


Antigua and Barbuda’s Statistics Division is gearing up for a long-awaited housing and population census next year.

Originally scheduled for 2021 but delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the census is crucial for accurate demographic and housing data.

Chief Statistician Rohan Anthony emphasized the broad impact of census information, covering demographics, labor, and guiding government policies and programs.

He encourages widespread participation, noting the information’s relevance to students’ research and business ventures.

Antigua and Barbuda conducts a census every 10 years to provide consistent, comparable data for policymaking and planning.

The 2011 census aimed to supply housing, demographic, and social data for governmental, research, and stakeholder use.

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  1. “Then the Lord said to Moses, “Number every firstborn male of the sons of Israel from a month old and upward, and make a list of their names.” Numbers 3:40

  2. This is good news. I frequently cite the 2011 census data for my writings, and having up-to-date information is very important in my usage.

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