PARIS21 and partners organize a peer-learning session on citizen-generated data in Africa
On 25 January 2022, PARIS21 hosted a regional peer-learning session on citizen-generated data (CGD). The meeting was organised in collaboration with the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Partners for Review (GIZ), the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data and UN Women East and Southern Africa. The participants included representatives from the national statistical offices (NSOs), government, civil society, academia, research and media. The webinar was an opportunity for the practitioners to discuss the use of citizen-generated data by national statistical office in Ghana, Kenya and Uganda.
Presenters: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Ghana Statistical Service, Uganda Bureau of Statistics
These three countries, represented by the NSOs and national civil-society actors, shed light on the important considerations that accompany the collaboration between state and non-state actors.