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The Observatori Marina Alta offers new data of the region

19 December 2019 - 23: 20

The Observatori Marina Alta, http://www.observatorimarinaalta.org launches new data on rates and indices to improve the collection of statistical information on the region, the entity's ultimate goal. It is a web in constant growth and updating, with which every day more indicators are added, and new analyzes and services.

In this case, calculations are offered on ratios of cultural centers, educational centers, health, care and sports facilities in terms of equipment or infrastructure. On the other hand, a high number of indexes are included in the demographic area, as well as in the labor market.

With this update, the Observatori Marina Alta offers data on 80 indicators on demography and living conditions, territory and environment, labor market, tourism and services, business, agriculture, fishing, construction and housing, use of information and communication technologies (ICT), budgets and municipal facilities, etc. In addition, it has a request service - personalized information - through the contact form, which allows to request sector reports and data and specific information that is of interest and usefulness for the requesting person.

The information contained in the web: observatorimarinalata.org, is open and available for consultation without registering, where any user can have a key consultation tool; from the agents of the territory to any person interested in knowing relevant statistical data of our territory.

The Marina Alta Observatory was born from Creama and the Regional Agreement on Occupation and Local Development in La Marina Alta (PACTE'MA), formed by 23 municipalities of the region and 13 entities, and is included in the Avalem Territori program that subsidizes the Ministry of Employment and Social Security through Labora.

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