Demographic and Health Surveys Nationally-representative household surveys for individual countries. Includes data for a wide range of monitoring and impact evaluation indicators in the areas of population, health, and nutrition.
Demographic Yearbook United Nations. 1948-current. Worldwide statistics on population, birth, mortality, marriage, and divorce.
Health Nutrition and Population Statistics From the World Bank. Health, nutrition and population statistics from a variety of international sources.
U.S. Census Bureau International Database. Estimates and projections for 228 countries and areas with a population of 5,000 or more and are recognized by the U.S. State Department from 1960-present. Includes population, fertility, mortality and migration.
Migration Policy Institute--Data Hub Collection of migration statistics for many countries throughout the world. Includes data on net migration, asylum, citizenship, integration and other aspects of migration. Contains some historical data.
Population Reference Bureau Datafinder Data on 133 population, health, and environment variables for more than 220 countries, 28 world regions and sub-regions, and the world as a whole. (Not all countries have data on all variables.)
OECD iLibrary - Demographic, health, migration, education and more information by country.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Data Individual country information about fertility, reproductive health, life expectancy, family planning and more.
United Nations State of World Population - Annual UNFPA publication outlining population and reproductive health trends.
UNdata Data series from statistical databases provided by the United Nations. Includes data on population, health, education, refugees and more.
World Development Indicators Includes population, economic, social, educational, environmental and health data from many of the World Bank's major statistical publications by country. 1960+
World Population Prospects United Nations. Data for population size and growth, fertility, mortality, and international migration presented for five year periods 1950-2050 with three fertility variants and one constant fertility scenario for 1990-2050
World Refugee Survey - United Nations. Data and analysis compiled annually by the U.S. Committee for Refugees. Documents refugee protection, human rights, return migration, international law and other topics. Latest three years online.