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CPI May, 2022 = 24.87% Y/Y | Population (2021 Mid-Term Census) = 7,541,641 | GDP Growth 2020 = -2.0% | PPI 2018 - Q1 =33.90% Y/Y | PHC Projection 2022 (Medium Variant) = 8,494,260 | Population (National - 2015 Census) = 7,092,113

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We are making official statistics easily accessible to all. Download various datasets and/or request for specific ones. 




portal image2Stats SL Open Data Dashboard is part of a suite of public-facing open data dashboard, which collects, synthesizes, and visualizes Stats SL data to help users analyse and support decision-making and reporting. Access to the GoSL information is paramount amongst the priorities of the Government and the enactment of the Freedom of Information (FoI) bill empowers citizens and other stakeholders to gain access without any obstruction. The Stats SL open data dashboard provides free access and a quick and easy view of key up-to-date demographic and socio-economic indicators and statistics.

portal image5Stats SL Info has been designed to search or browse for data; visualize the data in tables, graphs and maps; and share the data with others via standard sharing options.

portal image4The Integrated Geographic Information System (GIS) Portal is an interactive platform that links disparate GIS datasets from the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) and its partners. The platform will allow decision makers to access and view distributed national assets including natural resources and infrastructure. 

NSDP Portal

Data linked from this page correspond to data described in the International Monetary Fund’s DSBB. For a fuller explanation of the DSBB and the enhanced General Data Dissemination System in which Sierra Leone participates.


>>A Frictionless Approach for Statistics and SDG Indicators

Worldwide, data-oriented organizations find themselves at a critical juncture when it comes to data management as they respond to the rapid growth in the variety, volume and velocity of supply a nd demand for data. Statistical organizations are at the forefront of these changes. This report considers how the Frictionless framework ( could contribute to data management within statistical organizations such as National Statistical Agencies (NSOs) and the World Bank. It bases its findings on interviews with key staff from the Bank and two of its partner NSOs, Statistics Sierra Leone (Stats SL) and the Colombian National Administrative Department for Statistics (DANE), as well as the documentation they provided.