The 17th edition of Annual Publication “National Health Profile – 2022” provides useful and relevant information on six important broad indicators concerning Health Sector.

By the end of 2022, global renewable generation capacity amounted to 3372 Gigawatt (GW), growing the stock of renewable power by a record of 295 GW or by 9.6 per cent. An impressive 83 per cent of all power capacity added last year was produced by renewables.

In 2022, the Emergency Event Database EM-DAT recorded 387 natural hazards and disasters worldwide, resulting in the loss of 30,704 lives and affecting 185 million individuals. Economic losses totaled around US$ 223.8 billion. Heat waves caused over 16,000 excess deaths in Europe, while droughts affected 88.9 million people in Africa.

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) released the 24th issue of publication titled “Women and Men in India 2022” on 15th March, 2023.

This publication, the 30th in the series, is an updated and integrated repository of statistics on energy resources and highlights the India’s commitment and the progress made so far in the area of reliable, sustainable and efficient energy systems in the country.

This report is the fifth edition of the Electricity Regulatory Index (ERI). It measures the level of development of electricity sector regulatory frameworks in African countries and the capacity of regulatory authorities to effectively carry out their relevant functions and duties.

Jal Jeevan Survekshan (JJS) was launched by Hon'ble vice President of India on 21st October 2022 to assess districts and states on their performance in achieving the objectives of the JJM.

The Rural Health Statistics 2021-22, an annual publication of MoHFW since the year 1992. This provides the data on health infrastructure including manpower up to 31st March of every year. The publication is based on the data uploaded by States/UTs on HMIS portal and published only after getting verified by respective States/UTs.

Poor diets and malnutrition in all its forms are among the greatest global social challenges of our time.

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