Paris21

Paris21

Statistical Capacity Building Project Database Technical Assistance in Statistics Team Development Economic Data Group World Bank What it does Paris21 Task Teams 1. Advocacy Draw on experience of members 2. Information Exchange

Promote flow of information relating to SCB 3. Sequenced Information Strategies Build on the results already achieved 4. Indicators for Poverty Monitoring and Statistical Develop Capacityindicators of statistical capacity 5. Methodologies and Technologies Assess

ongoing development in data collection and processing 6. Census Advocate the need for regular censuses Searchable Criteria Country --->> Sector --->> Board Date --->> Financing Instrument --->>

Statistical Category --->> Searchable Criteria Country --->> Sector --->> Board Date --->> Financing Instrument --->> Statistical Category --->> Sectors

Agriculture Economic Policy Oil & Gas Private Sector Dev. Education Public Sector Mgmt. Electric Pwr & Engy. Social Protection Environment

Telecomm. & Informatics Finance Transportation Hlth, Nutn & Popultn Urban Development Mining Water Supply & Santn Searchable Criteria Country

--->> Sector --->> Board Date --->> Financing Instrument --->> Statistical Category --->> Financing Instruments 1. Loans 2. Grants

Institutional Development Fund Global Trust Fund for Statistical Capacity Building Searchable Criteria Country --->> Sector --->> Board Date --->> Financing Instrument --->> Statistical Category --->> Statistical Categories

1. Statistical Capacity Statistical infrastructure Human resources Development plans and strategies 2. Statistical Institutional Structure Legal framework Institutional framework Management and organization 3. Data Collection and Processing

Methods of data collection and processing Design/implementation of censuses Design/implementation of surveys Design/collection of administrative data Statistical Categories 4. Data Compilation Use of standard classification/methodologies Real sector data (exc. NA, Env. Agri. data) National Accounts

Environmental data Agricultural data Fiscal sector data Financial sector data External sector data Social and demographic data Other data Statistical Categories

5. Data Access Policy and Dissemination Data storage, access and support Data dissemination (GDDS/SDDS) 6. Other Search ... Country --->> Russia Sector --->> Public Sector Management Board Date --->> From 1998 to 1999 Financing Instrument --->> Loan Statistical Category --->> Design/implementation of surveys

--->> National Accounts --->> Data Dissemination Search Search Hit Development of the State Statistical System Project Country Russia Sector Public Sector Management Financing Instrument Loan Board Date 5/13/99

Total Loan Amount in M $US 30 Statistical Category Data dissemination Design/implementation of surveys Fiscal sector data

Management and organization Methods of data collection and processing National Accounts Statistical infrastructure Use of standard classifications/methodologies Hit Development of the State Statistical System Project Description (1) Improvement of organization, management strategy and perspective planning. This involves: (i) restructuring and strengthening of the state statistical system (SSS); (ii) enhancement of management skills; and (iii) capacity building for human resource management. (2) Advancement of knowledge of standards and methodology. This consists of: (i) training in international methodology for official statistical surveys; (ii) training in statistical software; and (iii) specialists training.

(3) Strengthening of statistical infrastructure which requires: (i) legislation of stakeholder relationship; (ii) managerial and planning facilities; (iii) survey design and operational facilities; (iv) general household survey facility; and (v) standard classification unit. (4) Reorganization of data collection, processing and dissemination. This involves: (i) development of a systematic plan to complete the process of replacing regular economic/business censuses with sample surveys for all statistics.. Some Statistics No. of Projects by: Sector Statistical Category

Region Country No. of Projects by Sector No. of Projects by Stat. Cat. 135 78

No. of Projects by Stat. Cat. No. of Projects by Region No. of Projects by Region (%) No. of Projects by Country China India Indonesia Bangladesh Brazil Argentina

Tunisia 13 9 9 7 6 5 5 Armenia Bulgaria Bosnia-Herz. Egypt Jordan Lebanon

Mexico Morocco Nicaragua Vietnam 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

No. of Projects by Country (All) China India Indonesia Brazil Ghana Argentina Uganda Bangladesh Senegal 103 67 53 51

41 39 33 32 30 Russia Tanzania Bolivia Turkey Madagascar Kenya 23 Colombia Mauritania

29 28 26 25 24 23 22 No. of Projects by Country (All) China India Indonesia Brazil Ghana Argentina

Uganda Bangladesh Senegal 103 67 53 51 41 39 33 32 30 Russia Tanzania

Bolivia Turkey Madagascar Kenya 23 Colombia Mauritania 29 28 26 25 24 23 22

No. of Projects by Country Governments Bilateral Donors Academics General Public International Organizations Bilateral Donors

Governments Academics General Public International Organizations Statistical Capacity Building

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