AfghanInfo is a database system for monitoring human development. It is a powerful tool for organizing, storing and presenting data in a uniform way, allowing data to be easily and quickly shared across government departments, UN agencies and other development organizations. With AfghanInfo, you are literally just a few mouse clicks away from:
• Getting facts to help make better decisions based on evidence
• Analyzing national, sub-national and regional data for monitoring and evaluation purposes
• Producing high-quality tables, graphs and maps for inclusion in reports, presentations and advocacy materials
AfghanInfo supports both UN-defined human development indicators (related to the Millennium Development Goals) as well as user-defined indicators. AfghanInfo is compliant with international statistical standards and operates both as a desktop application as well as on the web, thus making it accessible from anywhere in the world.
Whether you are a UN professional, a government executive or policy maker, an NGO worker, or a concerned citizen, you will find AfghanInfo an indispensable tool for your research, analysis and advocacy tasks.
AfghanInfo is released into the public domain and is available free of charge. To install, download of both the following components is required:
DevInfo Installer Package (zip file of binary executable) available [here]
Afghanistan Socioeconomic Database available (zip of .mdb file) available [here]
Following download, run the DevInfo executable file to install DevInfo front-end on your system.
AfghanInfo can be accessed by browsing to and opening the Afghanistan Socioeconomic Database from the DevInfo opening screen.