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Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

Statistical Development in Nigeria in the context of the Global Statistical System– An Insight

National Consultative Committee on Statistics, 4-5 December 2013, Yenagoa, Bayelsa, Nigeria

By Alain Gaugris, DECDG

WORLD BANK


Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

Why?

3 Questions

How?

What ?

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Why do we all need and want to strengthen the nss

Why do we all need and want to strengthen the NSS?

The NSS, as it stands, lacks the capacity to meet the challenge, and is not in a position to effectively inform evidence-based policies

Necessitates

Good statistical information

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Implement

Transformation agenda 2011-2015

Achieve

Vision 20:2020


Why do we all need and want to strengthen the nss1

Why do we all need and want to strengthen the NSS?

2013 Statistical Capacity Overall Score

58

Nigeria

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57

77

Cameroon

South Africa

57

72

Cote d’Ivoire

Tanzania

52

67

Kenya

Ethiopia

48

63

Ghana

Madagascar


What is the global statistical system

What is the Global Statistical System?

The various organizations that are providers of statistics at both the global, regional and national levels

1

+

The various mechanisms for binding the contributing organizations

2

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a) UNSC (apex organization of the global statistical system);

b) Committee for the Co-ordination of Statistical Activities (CCSA) which has been meeting two or three times per year;

c) International statistical standards; and

d) the principles governing international statistical activities.


What is the global statistical system1

What is the Global Statistical System?

UN Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics

Adopted by UNSC in 1994 and reaffirmed in 2013

Provide an excellent point of reference for how NSS/NSO should operate

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Principle 1: Relevance, impartiality and equal access

Principle 2: Professional standards and ethics

Principle 3: Accountability and transparency

Principle 4: Prevention of misuse


What is the global statistical system2

What is the Global Statistical System?

UN Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics

Principle 5: Sources of official statistics

Principle 6: Confidentiality

Principle 7: Legislation

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Principle 8: National coordination

Principle 9: Use of international standards

Principle 10: International cooperation


Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

UN Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics

Adopted in 1994

Provide an excellent point of reference for how NSS/NSO should operate

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Source: 2012 Report of application of UN Principles


What is the global statistical system3

What is the Global Statistical System?

We all know it is not possible to provide high quality, relevant global measurements without strong NSS.

For this reason, and in line with Principle 10, the global statistical system has a responsibility to develop national statistical systems especially those from developing countries.

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How?


How to approach statistical development in nigeria in this context

How to approach statistical development in Nigeria in this context?

Principle 1: Relevance, impartiality and equal access

User-producer dialogue

Technical independence (capacity building, legal framework…)

Dissemination policy and tools

Principle 2: Professional standards and ethics

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Capacity building (training…)

Code of conduct

Principle 3: Accountability and transparency

Strategy and action plan (NSDS, SSMP, CSIP)

Release calendar


How to approach statistical development in nigeria in this context1

How to approach statistical development in Nigeria in this context?

Principle 4: Prevention of misuse

Compendium

Metadata

User-Producer dialogue (Press conference…)

Principle 5: Sources of official statistics

Legal framework

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Coordination

Principle 6: Confidentiality

Legal framework

Dialogue with respondents

Code of conduct

Capacity building (methodology incl. anonymization…)


Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

Principle 7: Legislation

Federal level

State level

Statistics Act

Statistics Edict

19 states only:

Abia

Anambra

Cross River

Delta

Ekiti

Enugu

Gombe

Imo

Kano

Kogi

Kwara

Lagos

Niger

Ogun

Ondo

Oyo

Rivers

Sokoto

Zamfara

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Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

Principle 8: National coordination

NPopC

CBN

DPRS

NBS

Federal level

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State level

SBS

NPopC

NBS

DPRS


Statistical development in nigeria in the context of the global statistical system an insight

Principle 8: National coordination

Federal level

State level

NBS

SBS

14 states only:

Abia

Anambra

Cross River

Ekiti

Enugu

Gombe

Kwara

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Lagos

Niger

Ondo

Oyo

Plateau

Sokoto

Zamfara


How to approach statistical development in nigeria in this context2

How to approach statistical development in Nigeria in this context?

Principle 9: Use of international standards

This will be the focus of the next assistance

Principle 10: International cooperation

Nigeria Development Partners’ Statistics, M&E Group - 2011

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AfDB, CIDA, DfID, ECOWAS, EU, FAO, ILO, IMF, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNIDO, USAID, WHO, WB

Estimated donors commitments to Nigeria for statistical development in 2010-2012 is US$63m

This is 2,7% of total commitment worldwide

0.9%

Below or above average?


Tools freely available by gss

Tools freely available by GSS

DQAG / NQAF

Handbook of Statistical Organization

GDDS

DNSS

VSS

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