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Funding strategy for NSDS introduction. 27-28 July 2005, Accra, Ghana. Adequate and sustainable funding is a key condition of the success of NSDS.

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Funding strategy for NSDSintroduction

27-28 July 2005, Accra, Ghana

  • Adequate and sustainable funding is a key condition of the success of NSDS.

  • Funding strategy is an integral part of statistical development strategy. It has to be addressed at every step of the NSDS design process, and not at the end.

  • Funding partners both national and external have to participate in the design team from the beginning.

  • Funding through national budget is a fundamental element of the sustainability of statistical development.

  • External funding of statistical development has to be part of the overall financial assistance to the country even though it means that it will be in competition with other sectors.

  • Thorough knowledge of mechanisms of funding both of the national budget and of donors processes are needed to master the funding strategy.

  • NSDS process will be reiterated until the action plan will be fully financed. It implies that scenarios and priorities should be part of NSDS design.

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