Mongolia started using the Advanced Data Planning Tool (ADAPT) in 2017, following a workshop organised by the National Statistics Office (NSO). On 20-21 August 2018, the National Development Agency joined the NSO in learning ADAPT V1.1, the latest version of the tool. It was then decided that Mongolia ADAPT will have two Administrators, one from the NDA and the other from the NSO.

On 22-23 August, the workshop was expanded to include 10 line ministries, Bank of Mongolia, and the Statistics Department of Ulaanbaatar City. Among the participants were Ms. Davaasuren Chultemjamts, former Chairperson of the NSO, now its Advisor; and Ms. Doljinsuren Jambal, Director of NDA's Development Policy and Planning Division.

On 25 August, NDA and NSO decided that over the next two months ADAPT will be used to integrate the Mongolia Sustainable Development Vision 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 2030, and the National Program on the Development of Statistics 2017-2020. Mongolia ADAPT will then be presented at a high-level forum before expanding the contents to include the sectoral policies.

 

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