Country Profile

16
ODIN SCORE
Grenada
190th GLOBAL RANK
OUT OF 195
16 COVERAGE SCORE
OUT OF 100
16 OPENNESS SCORE
OUT OF 100

Summary of Results

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) measures how complete a country’s statistical offerings are and whether their data meet international standards of openness. Grenada ranks 190th in the Open Data Inventory 2022 with an overall score of 16. The overall score is a combination of a data coverage subscore of 16 and a data openness subscore of 16.

The following tables show the coverage and openness scores for each data category. For more detailed information, view the Coverage and Openness tabs.

Rankings

Coverage Openness Overall
Global
OUT OF 195
189th 191st 190th
Caribbean
OUT OF 15
14th 14th 14th

Category Scores

Data Category Coverage Openness    Overall   
Population & vital statistics 0 0 0
Education facilities 0 0 0
Education outcomes 0 0 0
Health facilities 0 0 0
Health outcomes 0 0 0
Reproductive health 0 0 0
Food security & nutrition 0 0 0
Gender statistics 0 0 0
Crime & justice 0 0 0
Poverty & income 0 0 0
Social Statistics subscore 0 0 0
National accounts 50 80 69
Labor 0 0 0
Price indexes 50 60 56
Government finance 100 70 81
Money & banking 100 70 81
International trade 0 0 0
Balance of payments 100 60 75
Economic Statistics subscore 55 49 51
Agriculture and land use 0 0 0
Resource use 0 0 0
Energy 0 0 0
Pollution 0 0 0
Built environment 0 0 0
Environment subscore 0 0 0
All Categories 16 16 16
Last updated: August 9, 2023

Coverage

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) assesses coverage based on five coverage elements described below. Each category receives a coverage score based on the amount of data available in that category. Average scores across all categories are shown in the chart below.

In general, coverage scores are based on the availability of indicator availabilities published, how many observations are available over the last 10 years, and if national and subnational data exist.

Indicators Not Published

Indicators are considered not published when no qualifying and disaggregated data are found. Not all indicators are required for full credit in every category.

88%
Number of Categories That Score 0

Categories that score 0 do not publish the minimum amount of data to receive a score. For most categories, the minimum amount of data is one indicator. There are 22 categories.

17
ODIN-Gender Data Index (OGDI) Score

OGDI is a sub-index of ODIN, which measures the availability and openness of 35 indicators that should be sex-disaggregated or apply only to women and girls. Click the score to learn more.

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Coverage Element Scores, 2022

Click to see a description of each coverage element. Scoring criteria for each can be found in the Methodology Guide on the page that corresponds to the coverage element. Element scores are given for each category. The chart above shows average scores across all categories.

Indicator availability
This coverage element measures how many indicators and disaggregations are published within a category. In each category, all other coverage elements cannot score higher than this element so that coverage scores are not inflated by only a few datasets.
Data Available the Last 5 Years
This coverage element measures how many of the last 5 years of data are available for indicators within each category.
Data Available the Last 10 Years
This coverage element measures how many of the last 10 years of data are available for indicators within each category.
First Administrative Level
This coverage element measures whether data are available at the first administrative level within each category. First administrative levels are defined by the ISO 3166-2 standard and adjusted for country practices. Not all categories or indicators are required to be published data at this level.
Second Administrative Level
This coverage element measures whether data are available at the second administrative level within each category. Second administrative levels are not defined and any further division of first administrative levels are accepted. Not all categories or indicators are required to be published at this level.

Openness

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) assesses openness based on five coverage elements described below. Each category receives a coverage score based on the amount of data available in that category. Average scores across all categories are shown in the chart below.

In general, openness scores are based on the format and licensing of the datasets, the comprehensiveness of metadata, and what download options exist.

Data License/Terms of Use

The licensing or terms of use that govern the use and reuse of data assessed in ODIN are classified as Open, Some Restrictions, Not Open or Not Available (if no license is found). Below is licensing information for data from the national statistics office on their website and data portal used most in their assessment, if applicable.

NSO Website

Central Statistics Office

Not Available

Openness Element Scores, 2022

Click to see description of each openness element. Scoring criteria for each can be found in the Methodology Guide on the page that corresponds to the openness element. Element scores are given for each category. The chart above shows average scores across all categories.

Machine Readability
This openness element measures whether data are made available in machine readable formats. Machine readable file formats allow users to easily process data using a computer. Common machine readable formats include XLS, XLSX, CSV, and JSON files.
Nonproprietary Format
This openness element measures whether data are made available in nonproprietary formats. Nonproprietary file formats are important because they allow users to access data without requiring the use of a costly, proprietary software that may prevent some users from accessing the data. Common nonproprietary formats include PDF, HTML, XLSX, DOCX, CSV, and JSON files.
Metadata Availability
This openness element measures whether metadata are available for the published indicators. Metadata must be located in or near the data file or on a designated metadata section of the website. ODIN looks for three aspects of metadata: (1) definition of indicator; (2) date of upload; and (3) Source agency.
Download Options
This openness element measures whether download options are available. ODIN looks for three download options: (1) bulk download (at the indicator level), (2) API, and (3) user-select download (custom downloads). Options 2 and 3 are interchangeable for scoring purposes.
Data license/Terms of use
This openness element measures whether data are made available under an open license. Open licenses must allow the use, reuse, and sharing or adaption of data for commercial and noncommercial use without any obligation other than attribution, per the Open Definition. Licenses prohibiting commercial use or having two or more additional stipulations are classified as “Not Open”. Licenses with no more than one additional stipulation are classified as “Some Restrictions.” Licenses that do not explicitly state all allowed uses under the Open Definition and do not include restrictive language are also classified as “Some Restrictions.”

ODIN Indicators

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) 2022/23 assesses data for 65 representative indicators in 22 data categories. The ODIN indicators are not meant to be a comprehensive list of all indicators produced by a country, but rather an indicative sample of the fundamental types of data produced by countries.

The table below shows a list of all ODIN indicators, whether qualifying data were found, and information about the coverage and openness criteria for each dataset. To qualify, a dataset must be published on the NSO website or an official government website linked from the NSO website. It must show national level data, have one of the required categorical disaggregations (if applicable), and present data from the last 10 years.

Not all indicators are required for full credit. More information about this can be found in our Methodology Guide.

ODIN 2022 Indicator List
(1.1) Population data Data Not Available
Population & vital statistics
(1.2) Birth rate Data Not Available
Population & vital statistics
(1.3) Death rate Data Not Available
Population & vital statistics
(2.1) Number of schools or classrooms Data Not Available
Education facilities
(2.2) Number of teaching staff Data Not Available
Education facilities
(2.3) Education expenditures Data Not Available
Education facilities
(3.1) Enrollment rate Data Not Available
Education outcomes
(3.2) Completion or graduation rate Data Not Available
Education outcomes
(3.3) Competency exam results Data Not Available
Education outcomes
(4.1) Number of health facilities Data Not Available
Health facilities
(4.2) Number of beds or data on health care staff Data Not Available
Health facilities
(4.3) Health expenditures Data Not Available
Health facilities
(5.1) Immunization rate Data Not Available
Health outcomes
(5.2) Diseases prevalence Data Not Available
Health outcomes
(6.1) Maternal mortality rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(6.2) Infant mortality rate or neonatal mortality rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(6.3) Under-5 mortality rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(6.4) Fertility rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(6.5) Contraceptive prevalence rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(6.6) Adolescent birth rate Data Not Available
Reproductive health
(7.1) Prevalence of undernourishment Data Not Available
Food security & nutrition
(7.2) Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity Data Not Available
Food security & nutrition
(7.3) Prevalence of obesity Data Not Available
Food security & nutrition
(7.4) Prevalence of stunting Data Not Available
Food security & nutrition
(7.5) Prevalence of wasting Data Not Available
Food security & nutrition
(8.1) Proportion of women who are victims of physical, sexual, or psychological violence Data Not Available
Gender statistics
(8.2) Proportion of women in government Data Not Available
Gender statistics
(8.3) Data on child marriages for girls Data Not Available
Gender statistics
(9.1) Homicide rate Data Not Available
Crime & justice
(9.2) Crime rate Data Not Available
Crime & justice
(9.3) Data on prison population Data Not Available
Crime & justice
(10.1) Poverty rate Data Not Available
Poverty & income
(10.2) Distribution of income by deciles or Gini coefficient Data Not Available
Poverty & income
(11.1) Gross domestic product (production approach) Data available
National accounts

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
National accounts Disaggregation - Industry
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Complete (Source, Date, Definition)
Format - PDF (np); CSV (r, np); HTML (np); XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - User Selected, Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Home > under 'Links' click Eastern Caribbean Central Bank > WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > ECONOMIC STATISTICS > REAL SECTOR STATISTICS > GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN CURRENT PRICES > country report > select Grenada
(11.2) Gross domestic product (expenditure approach) Data Not Available
National accounts
(11.3) Gross domestic product (income approach) Data Not Available
National accounts
(12.1) Employment rate Data Not Available
Labor
(12.2) Employment distribution Data Not Available
Labor
(12.3) Unemployment rate Data Not Available
Labor
(13.1) Consumer price index Data available
Price indexes

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
Price indexes Disaggregation - None
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Incomplete (Source, Date)
Format - XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Home > under 'Links' click Eastern Caribbean Central Bank > WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > ECONOMIC STATISTICS > REAL SECTOR STATISTICS > Consumer price index
(13.2) Producers price index Data Not Available
Price indexes
(14.1) Actual revenues Data available
Government finance

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
Government finance Disaggregation - Revenue Source
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Incomplete (Source, Date)
Format - PDF (np); CSV (r, np); HTML (np); XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - User Selected, Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Home > under 'Links' click Eastern Caribbean Central Bank > WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > ECONOMIC STATISTICS > PUBLIC FINANCE > CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FISCAL ACCOUNTS > REVENUE > select relevant indicators and Grenada
(14.2) Actual expenditures Data available
Government finance

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
Government finance Disaggregation - Economic Classification
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Incomplete (Source, Date)
Format - PDF (np); CSV (r, np); HTML (np); XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - User Selected, Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Home > under 'Links' click Eastern Caribbean Central Bank > WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > ECONOMIC STATISTICS > PUBLIC FINANCE > CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FISCAL ACCOUNTS > EXPENDITURE BY ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION > select relevant indicators and Grenada
(15.1) Money supply Data available
Money & banking

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
Money & banking Disaggregation - Money Aggregates
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Incomplete (Source, Date)
Format - PDF (np); CSV (r, np); HTML (np); XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - User Selected, Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Home > under 'Links' click Eastern Caribbean Central Bank > WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > SELECTED MACROECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS > select relevant indicators and Grenada
(15.2) Interest rates Data available
Money & banking

Dataset Coverage Dataset Openness
Money & banking Disaggregation - Rate Type
Years - 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Levels - National Level
Metadata - Incomplete (Source, Date)
Format - PDF (np); CSV (r, np); HTML (np); XLSX (r, np)
Download Options - User Selected, Bulk Download
Terms of Use - Not Open
Terms of Use URL  URL
Source Navigation
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank WHAT WE DO > STATISTICS > MONETARY AND FINANCIAL STATISTICS > SELECTED MONETARY AND FINANCIAL STATISTICS > COMMERCIAL BANKS’ INTEREST RATES (INCLUDING WEIGHTED AVERAGE RATES) > select relevant indicators and Grenada
(16.1) Merchandise exports Data Not Available
International trade
(16.2) Merchandise imports Data Not Available
International trade


(18.1) Data on land use or land cover Data Not Available
Agriculture and land use
(18.2) Data on protected lands Data Not Available
Agriculture and land use
(18.3) Commodity production Data Not Available
Agriculture and land use
(19.1) Data on fishery harvests Data Not Available
Resource use
(19.2) Data on timber harvests or deforestation Data Not Available
Resource use
(19.3) Data on mining or extractive activities Data Not Available
Resource use
(19.4) Water consumption Data Not Available
Resource use
(20.1) Energy consumption Data Not Available
Energy
(20.2) Energy supply Data Not Available
Energy
(21.1) Greenhouse gas emissions Data Not Available
Pollution
(21.2) Emissions of air or water pollutants Data Not Available
Pollution
(22.1) Proportion of households with access to water Data Not Available
Built environment
(22.2) Proportion of households with access to sanitation Data Not Available
Built environment
(22.3) Number of rooms or bedrooms Data Not Available
Built environment
(22.4) Access to electricity Data Not Available
Built environment
(22.5) Data on housing construction materials Data Not Available
Built environment

Recommendations

Every country can improve their open data and ODIN scores can help identify gaps where improvements should be focused. The following recommendations may involve not only the national statistics office, but the entire national statistical system.

If you would like to learn more about how to implement these recommendations, please visit our Technical Assistance page to schedule a meeting

57 ODIN indicators were not published with any of the required disaggregation. ODIN indicators are only a representative sample of the types of data a country should publish and not all indicators below may be relevant to your country. Nonetheless, those that are should be published. Below is a table of the ODIN indicators where no disaggregated data could be found on the NSO website or any official national website that is linked from the NSO website. See the Methodology Guide for definitions of each indicator.

Missing ODIN Indicator Required Disaggregation
(1.1) Population data Sex, Marital Status, 5-Year Age Groups
(1.2) Birth rate Sex, Marital Status
(1.3) Death rate Sex
(2.1) Number of schools or classrooms School Stage, School Type
(2.2) Number of teaching staff School Stage, School Type, Sex
(2.3) Education expenditures School Stage, Expenditure Categories
(3.1) Enrollment rate Sex, Age, School Stage, School Type
(3.2) Completion or graduation rate Sex, Age, School Stage, School Type
(3.3) Competency exam results Sex, Age, School Stage
(4.1) Number of health facilities Facility Type
(4.2) Number of beds or data on health care staff Facility Type, Department Type, Staff Type
(4.3) Health expenditures Expenditure Categories
(5.1) Immunization rate Age, Sex
(5.2) Diseases prevalence Age, Sex, Disease Type
(6.1) Maternal mortality rate None
(6.2) Infant mortality rate or neonatal mortality rate Sex
(6.3) Under-5 mortality rate Sex
(6.4) Fertility rate None
(6.5) Contraceptive prevalence rate None
(6.6) Adolescent birth rate None
(7.1) Prevalence of undernourishment Sex
(7.2) Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity Sex
(7.3) Prevalence of obesity Sex, Age
(7.4) Prevalence of stunting Sex, Age
(7.5) Prevalence of wasting Sex, Age
(8.1) Proportion of women who are victims of physical, sexual, or psychological violence Age, Disability Status, Relationship To Perpetrator, Type of violence
(8.2) Proportion of women in government None
(8.3) Data on child marriages for girls None
(9.1) Homicide rate Sex Of Victim, Age Of Victim, Sex Of Perpetrator, Age Of Perpetrator, Victim/Perpetrator Relationship
(9.2) Crime rate Crime Type, Sex Of Victim, Age Of Victim, Sex Of Perpetrator, Age Of Perpetrator, Victim/Perpetrator Relationship
(9.3) Data on prison population Age, Sex, Sentencing Status
(10.1) Poverty rate None
(10.2) Distribution of income by deciles or Gini coefficient None
(11.2) Gross domestic product (expenditure approach) Expenditure Categories
(11.3) Gross domestic product (income approach) Income Components
(12.1) Employment rate Sex, Age
(12.2) Employment distribution Industry, Occupation, Sex
(12.3) Unemployment rate Sex, Age
(13.2) Producers price index None
(16.1) Merchandise exports Product Categories
(16.2) Merchandise imports Product Categories
(18.1) Data on land use or land cover Crop Type, Environmental Zones, Irrigation Status
(18.2) Data on protected lands None
(18.3) Commodity production Commodity Type
(19.1) Data on fishery harvests None
(19.2) Data on timber harvests or deforestation None
(19.3) Data on mining or extractive activities Raw material type
(19.4) Water consumption Sector
(20.1) Energy consumption Energy Commodity, Sector
(20.2) Energy supply Energy Commodity
(21.1) Greenhouse gas emissions Gas Type
(21.2) Emissions of air or water pollutants Pollutant Type
(22.1) Proportion of households with access to water Water Supply Type
(22.2) Proportion of households with access to sanitation Sanitation Facility Type
(22.3) Number of rooms or bedrooms None
(22.4) Access to electricity None
(22.5) Data on housing construction materials Material Type

No data license or terms of use for data on the website that indicates how data can be used was found. Adopting an open license is a core component of the definition of open data. Data cannot be open unless they are licensed for reuse. An open data license is an opportunity for governments to encourage public use of their data by specifically addressing how people can use data, how they should attribute data, and what types of use, if any, are prohibited. These specifics encourage use and reuse of data by alleviating user concerns about legal ramifications of unapproved use. Please reference the Best Practices section of the Methodology Guide for examples from other countries and reach out to Open Data Watch for advice. Below is a table with the name of the NSO and website where a data license or terms of use for data could not be found.

NSO Name Website
Central Statistics Office

7 ODIN indicators were with complete metadata. For all years available. Many metadata standards can be used to meet ODIN criteria for complete metadata. Metadata must include the following three components: 1) Source agency of data, 2) Definition of indicator, and 3) Date that data was uploaded online. Datasets should be published with ample metadata to “aid both discoverability and usability of the data,” according to the Open Data Handbook. Various metadata standards exist that are often used for statistical data, including Dublin Core, Data Catalogue Vocabulary (DCAT), and RDF Data Cube Vocabulary. Below is a table of the ODIN indicators for which data with incomplete metadata was found.

ODIN Indicator with Incomplete Metadata Dataset URL Metadata Components Not Found
(13.1) Consumer price index Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(14.1) Actual revenues Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(14.2) Actual expenditures Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(15.1) Money supply Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(15.2) Interest rates Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(17.1) Current account Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition
(17.2) Capital and financial account Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Definition

4 ODIN indicators were available in datasets that did not include data at the subnational geographic level. Disaggregation of indicators at the subnational level is one of the key elements to effectively monitor development of a country and ensure certain groups of people are not left behind. Below is a table of the ODIN indicators where data was only made available at the national level.

ODIN Indicator Disaggregation Found URL
(11.1) Gross domestic product (production approach) Industry Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
(13.1) Consumer price index None Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
(14.1) Actual revenues Revenue Source Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
(14.2) Actual expenditures Administrative Classification, Economic Classification, Functional Classification Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

Country Context

To understand a country’s commitment to open data, it is important to look at ODIN scores in context. The information below includes assessments of the country’s statistical capacity, links to relevant laws, and comparative measures of the country’s performance on other measures of data coverage, openness, and government transparency.

Statistical Performance Indicators

The World Bank’s Statistical Performance Indicators measure the capacity and maturity of national statistical systems by assessing the use of data, the quality of services, the coverage of topics, the sources of information, and the infrastructure and availability of resources. The goal is to improve development outcomes and track progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Overall Score
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Data Use Score
50%
Data Services Score
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Data Products Score
43%
Data Sources Score
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Data Infrastructure Score
25%

Scores are only available for low- to middle-income countries.

Global Data Barometer

The Global Data Barometer is a project of the Data for Development Network that aims to measure the state of data in relation to urgent societal issues. It seeks to appraise data availability, governance, capability and use around the world to help shape data infrastructures that limit risks and harms in climate action, company information, health and COVID-19, land, political integrity, public finance and public procurement.

Overall Score
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Governance Score
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Capability Score
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Availability Score
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Use and Impact Score
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Legal Framework

Data Commitments

National Data Strategy

National data strategies or National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) provide a country with a strategy for developing statistical capacity across the entire national statistical system (NSS). It presents the statistics office’s priorities for the next 5-10 years.

Grenada does not have a national data strategy.

IMF Standards for Data Dissemination

Data dissemination standards enhance the availability of timely and comprehensive statistics, which contributes to sound macroeconomic policies and the efficient functioning of financial markets.

Grenada is an e-GDDS Subscriber.

Open Data Charter (ODC)

The ODC is a collaboration between over 100 governments and organisations working to open up data based on a shared set of seven principles.

Grenada has not adopted the charter.

Open Government Partnership (OGP)

OGP is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from national and subnational governments to promote open government, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance.

Grenada is not a participant.

Index Comparison

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All scores have been converted to a 100 point scale.