The data from the National Population and Housing Census help in the country’s planning and policy-making tasks to promote quality development of the nation in a way that meets the needs of the different population sub-groups. For example, the data help to inform projects and programs to improve family development, housing, social services, education, public health, transport and communication, urban and rural development, infrastructure and public utilities, among many other endeavors. All these projects and programs have potential benefits for the population and for socio-economic and political development of the nation.
The data from the National Population and Housing Census helps in the allocation of public utilities so that they are in adequate supply for each locality, and to raise the quality of life of the population. For example, this includes urban planning, construction of schools, transport and communications, public health services,
The data from the Census have potential benefits for every person residing in the country including those with special needs such as the elderly, migrants, children, students, the disabled, foreigners, etc. Because of the Census, all of the sub-groups of the population will be enumerated so that there can be appropriate allocation of welfare services including public utilities and infrastructure in just the right quantities to meet the needs of everyone. In this way, the government can prepare enough resources so that, for example, all the eligible elderly will receive social security benefits, children will be fully covered by the essential vaccines, among many other benefits to the population.