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Statistics and Facts

Qatar Statistics Authority

In June 2007, the Statistics Authority (SA) was created as a new independent agency, replacing the Planning Councils Statistics Department. The QSA is the official national statistical agency.

Qatar Census 2010

The Qatar 2010 Population and Housing Census is the largest and most comprehensive statistical field operation and provides detailed data and information on the economic, social and demographic characteristics of the population, and more.

Qatar's Third National Human Development Report (HDR)

As part of Government SDP’s efforts to support the achievement of QNV2030 and the programs of the NDS 2011–2016, Qatar’s third National HDR turns the spotlight onto youth.

As the National Health Strategy Program 2011-2016 draws to a close, project information is currently being updated and will be available in the coming weeks.

For enquiries please contact the Program Management Office at the Ministry of Public Health.

Key Partners

  • The Ministry of Public Health [MoPH]
  • Hamad Medical Corporation [HMC]
  • Primary Health Care Corporation [PHCC]
  • Other healthcare providers and healthcare professionals

Press Releases

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GCC drug pricing panel meets in Doha

25/05/16

 The 27th meeting of the GCC drug pricing committee started in Doha on Monday. The four-day meeting is being hosted by the Ministry of Public Health (MPH). Addressing the opening session, Dr Aisha ...

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Several medicines become affordable after price cut

15/05/16

 A sharp drop in the prices of medicines in Qatar over the past two years has come as a great relief to citizens and expatriates, apparently drawing more customers to private pharmacies. A large ...

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