24.01.2022

Africa

 

digitalisation Ghana

What does digitalisation mean for data dissemination in Ghana?

National statistical offices have experienced significant changes in recent years, urging them to re-think the way they collect, manage and disseminate data. Information technology has played a critical role in helping to save time, improve accuracy, and enhance access to their products. Yet, the move from a paper-based to a fully digital system requires thorough preparation. The Ghana Statistical Service embarked on a journey to map its data flows in an effort to accelerate digitalisation.

 

Asia

 

subnational gender statistics Philippines

Why subnational gender statistics in the Philippines matter

How can we ensure that everyone, including the poorest, women, children, the elderly, indigenous people, migrants and people with disabilities are included into the big picture? A project in the Philippines tells the story of how more and better subnational gender statistics can help protect vulnerable groups from falling through the cracks.

 

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No data, no debate: Integrating gender in the national statistical strategy in the Maldives

In designing the country’s 10-year National Strategy for the Development of Statistics, the Maldives National Bureau of Statistics brought together partners such as the Ministry of Gender, Family and Social Services, UN Women, PARIS21 and civil society to ensure that gender statistics will be mainstreamed into national statistics to shape national debate and efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

 

food price inflation Kyrgyzstan

Food price inflation: From statistics to action in Kyrgyzstan

When the National Statistics Committee of Kyrgyzstan (NSC) created a press centre to connect more closely with end users of statistics, such as the government, the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan and journalists, they had no idea that a huge health and socioeconomic crisis was on the horizon. But by providing the governing bodies with regular analytical information on current prices for vital products, the NSC helped to prevent an increase in food prices and hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Latin America and the Caribbean

 

satellite images Colombia

Using satellite images for a more detailed picture of Colombia

When Colombia’s national statistical office (DANE) joined forces with PARIS21 and World Data Lab to use satellite imagery alongside traditional data collection methods, a deeper, more detailed picture of Colombia began to emerge: one that can show policy makers who they should target in development policy making.

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data gaps Paraguay

How the ADAPT tool is helping modernise Paraguay's data systems

With a new statistics law, the inauguration of the new National Statistics Institute, the creation of a modern statistical system and a National Strategy for the Development of Statistics that includes the planning of gender statistics, Paraguay is looking to build a statistical system that can provide the data that the country needs for sound policy making. From the outset, PARIS21’s ADAPT tool has been integrated into this system. One year on, what are the benefits of these efforts?

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communicating gender statistics

Hear from journalists, statisticians and policymakers how they have applied new knowledge and skills after completing a free online course on communicating gender statistics developed by UN Women and PARIS21.

 

Oceania

 

data literacy Vanuatu

Improving data literacy and use in Vanuatu

As Vanuatu faces a changing environment and disruption to lives and livelihoods, how can Ni-Vanuatu and their political representatives ensure that they are able to use data to make the right policy choices, and ensure that those who represent them are accountable? Through the PARIS21 Trust Initiative, Vanuatu’s National Statistics Organisation is addressing the gaps in the national statistical systems to build capacity to use data.

 

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