Mr. Halim Brizan, Director of Statistics

Telephone: (473) 440-1369

Fax: (473) 440-4115

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To produce timely, reliable and accurate data for monitoring, evaluating, planning and stimulating social and economic development and the preservation and safety of the environment.



To create a highly efficient and professional department that will satisfy the data demand needs of all its clients. (Promoting a culture for setting and monitoring policy based on evidence and fostering well-managed national statistical systems that uses resources effectively).




To utilize technological innovations to provide the Government, Private Sector, Local, Regional and International institutions with accurate, reliable and timely statistics.



The Central Statistical Office of the Ministry of Finance Grenada was established in 1960, under the Statistical Act No. 30 of 1960 and was revised under No 21 of 1961 which empower the office with the following mandate:

To take any census in Grenada;

To collect, compile, analyze, abstract and publish statistical information relating to the social, agricultural, economic, commercial, industrial and general activities and conditions of the inhabitants of Grenada;

To collaborate with Ministries and Departments of the Government, and with public bodies, in the collection, compilation, analysis and publication of statistical records of administration and Departments;

Generally to organize a coordinated scheme of social and economic statistics relating to Grenada;

To collect, whether in conjunction with a census or not, statistics relating to all or any of the matters set out above;

Ensure the confidentiality of all information provided to the  Statistical Office.

The Statistical Office provides information which is used in the planning and decision making processes at the national and regional levels.  We provide vital, economic and social information.  The main users of statistics produced are government, businesses, regional and international organizations, researchers, schools and individuals




 -       Ministry of Finance

-          Other Government Departments

-          Private Sector Organisations

-          Non-Government Organisations

-          The General Public

Regional & International:     - OECS Secretariat

                                                - CARICOM Secretariat

                                                - Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

                                                - IMF/World Bank

                                                - International Labour Organisation

                                               - Other Local, Regional nad International Institutions



The Central Statistics Office comprises of six (6) sections/units each with its own mandate.


The Economic Statistics

Objective: To initiate, after consultation with users and producers, statistical inquiries into new economic indicators that may serve as background for the formulation and evaluation of government policy; and may form the basis for regular information releases by the Statistics Department.


 Output: Quarterly and Annual Economic Indicators, Quarterly National Accounts and Balance of Payment Estimates, Price Indicies.


Social, Demographic Statistics and Publications


Objective: To generate social and environmental indicators for the formulation, pursuit and evaluation of the policies that government can execute for the reduction of poverty and other social ills.


Output: Vital Statistics Report, Abstract of yearly statistics


Census and Surveys


Objective: To process the Population and Housing Census results and conduct Labour Force Survey


Output: Population and Housing Census, Administrative and Labour Force survey Reports, and the Employment Index

Trade Statistics


Objective: To provide policy makers with timely, accurate and reliable trade statistics for trade negotiations, evaluation and monitoring of the economy.


Output: Annual Trade Digest Quarterly Trade Statistics


Price and Consumer Affairs


Objective: To enforce adherence to prescribe prices of Price Controlled Goods.

                    To educate and guide the public about their rights as consumers and about goods and services in general.


Output: Weekly radio programs, Quarterly consumer complaints report




Objective: Manage the Department’s resources by setting yearly work objectives for staff, so as to achieve maximum output.




Output: Production of the work programme, Training plan and Internet Web Page