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Custom-made tables on potential voluntary civic integration (Dutch only)
At the request of the Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, the Centre for Policy Related Statistics has compiled custom-made tables on potential voluntary civic integration...
Excess mortality in all weeks of July
In the last week of July (week 30, 25 to 31 July 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,200. This is slightly higher than in the previous week (3,144) and more than was expected...
Fire brigade employees; professional and voluntary, ranks, region 2000-2019
Fire brigade employees; professional and voluntary, ranks, education, region
Care spending up by 5.1 percent
In 2007, total spending on care, i.e. health care plus welfare services, amounted to 74 billion euro, a 5.1 percent increase relative to 2006.
Care spending up by 4.4 percent
Spending on health care and welfare in the Netherlands amounted to 65.7 billion euro in 2006. This is 4.4 percent more than in 2005.
Health expenditure; providers and financing for international comparisons
Health Accounts; providers and financing, providers; financing
Education; education expenditure and CBS/OECD indicators
Education expenditure and (inter)national indicators. Government, households, companies, foreign, per education sector, % GDP.
CBS Multi-annual Programme 2024-2028
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) has made plans for the future based on discussions with stakeholders. The results are described in this Multi-annual Programme for 2024-2028.
Government debt; debt instruments, counterpart sector, valuation, sectors
Total government debt and debt in foreign currency. Debt instruments, counterpart sector, face- and market value, sectors.
Government revenue; transactions, sectors
Government revenue (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Government expenditure; transactions, sectors
Government expenditure (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
The Annual Report Youth Monitor 2022
The Annual Report Youth Monitor 2021 Summary presents an outline of the living situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including those in the Caribbean Netherlands.
Most employees do not take leave to care for a sick relative
Nearly one in six employees in the Netherlands who care for a relative suffering from a long-term illness or disability took leave to do so last year. Workers who care for a partner or child more...
Money flows in health care and revenues of financing schemes
The survey provides a description of the origin of the expenditure on healthcare. Two questions are central: 1. Where do the cash flows originate? 2. What is the nature of the money flows?
Estimation of antenatal care coverage in Bangladesh
Method of estimating annual figures based on surveys that become available every three to four years.
Sector accounts; seasonally and working day adjusted, National Accounts
Transactions and balancing items of economic sectors Non seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted figures
Health and Social Care Accounts; expenditure and financing 1998-2011
Expenditure and financing Year
Non-financial corporations; non-fin. transactions by type of corporations
Resources, uses and balancing items of subsectors non-financial corporati Subsectors of non-financial corporations
Regional differences in long-term care use by elderly and chronically ill people in 2012 (Dutch only)
Tables and a research description on the regional differences in long-term care use by elderly and chronically ill people in 2012. The tables show the regional use of long-term care, an analysis of...
Current transactions by sectors; National Accounts
Current transactions and balancing items of institutional sectors Sectors, resources and uses, balancing items
Day cases of nursing care or curative care
A kind of treatment or nursing taking several hours (less than 24) in a health care institution, necessary because of an examination or treatment on that same day.
Care aimed to support clients in such a way that they can live at home instead of being hospitalised or admitted to a nursing home etc.