TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

President (2018 – 2023)
Paula-Mae Weekes

CO2 emissions (metric tons per capita)

12.78

Percentage of the population employed (% of total employment)

54.16

Mobile cellular subscriptions (per 100 people)

142.05

Life expectancy at birth total (years)

73.51

GDP (current US$)

21,588,037,505.00

Overall Average Statistical Capacity Score (scale 0 - 100)

47.78

Population total

1,399,491.00

Human development index

0.60

Fuente: Banco Mundial

Source: Worldbank

Classification

According to the UN, the Latin America and the Caribbean region is classified into four subregions: Caribbean, Central America, South America, and Northern America. The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have classified countries’ economies according to income level: high, upper-middle, lower-middle, low.

Geographical subregion

Caribbean

Income level

High

National Development Plan

Vision 2030

Cepei analyzes the alignment level between the country’s current National Development Plan and the 2030 Agenda.

National Development Plan (NDP)

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Cepei’s analysis of the NDP

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SDG institutionality

Learn about the institutions responsible for implementing the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the country.

Institution in charge of SDG implementation

High Level Ministerial Sub-Committee of Cabinet on Vision 2030 and SDGs, bajo el liderazgo del Ministerio de Planificación

Implementation entity

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Adoption year

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Institution’s creation standard

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Institutions in charge of SDG implementation

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Functions of SDG institutionality

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SDG Tracker

We simplify the complex. Cepei promotes transparency and access to information on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Latin American and Caribbean countries. This tracker provides information on the positions adopted by the region’s governments on the 17 SDGs.

SDG report hub

Find voluntary national reports, voluntary local reports, parallel reports by civil society, and Cepei’s analysis on the progress of the 2030 Agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean.

International treaties in Latin America and the Caribbean

Find information on the status of Latin American and Caribbean countries with respect to the main environmental and human rights treaties. Remember that a ratified treaty imposes enforceable obligations.

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