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Sequenced Information Strategies. Some thoughts. Background. Demands for data: PRSPs Sector programmes GDDS CDF, UNDAF (CCA) civil society and expectations of achieving development progress Poverty Reduction focus. IDT/MDGs. (7). supporting. IDT. Indicators. (21). CCA (47).

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background
Background
  • Demands for data:
    • PRSPs
    • Sector programmes
    • GDDS
    • CDF, UNDAF (CCA)
    • civil society and expectations of achieving development progress
  • Poverty Reduction focus
slide3

IDT/MDGs

(7)

supporting

IDT

Indicators

(21)

CCA (47)

CSD (134)

Other financial, sectoral,

national or diagnostic

indicators

supporting

National Statistical Systems

HIERARCHY OF INDICATORS

implications for statistics
Implications for Statistics
  • statistics needed:
    • to maintain and monitor development progress
    • to focus attention and engage civil society
    • for accountability, transparency, service delivery, resource management
  • enhanced political dimension: higher profile and expectation for statistics
  • resources for statistics can be part of wider programmes
  • demands closer links to policy and policy makers
the information system
The information system
  • National Statistics Institute
  • Statistics units in Sector ministries
  • Administrative information
  • Ad hoc user surveys
  • Research and analysis centres
  • Centres for qualitative exercises
sequenced information strategy
Sequenced Information Strategy
  • Well planned and targeted approach to statistical capacity building
  • Takes overview of information needs and supply
  • Starts from users - prioritised, firm political backing
  • Addresses the full information cycle, from identifying needs through to final data use
  • ordered development of data collection, sources, uses
sequenced
Sequenced
  • Prioritised
    • What do stakeholders need? Led by country policy makers
  • Resourced
    • What can be resourced and when?
  • Timetabled
    • When do they need it? When can it be produced?
  • Incremental development
information
Information
  • Statistics are the ‘eyes and ears’ of Government and civil society
  • Needed for policy, planning, management, monitoring, transparency, accountability
  • Need to be:
    • Relevant and timely
    • Accessible
    • Analysed and used
  • It needs to be actively disseminated - variety of outputs produced appropriate to audience
strategy
Strategy
  • holistic approach to meeting information needs
  • linked to wider national development strategies and policies
  • needs to be realistic, sustainable, address constraints
  • clear processes for involving stakeholders
  • costed/resourced
  • build capacity to analyse and use statistics as well as to supply them
slide10

Development of Sequenced Information Strategy

Assess Information Needs

(policy, management, monitoring, accountability)

Gaps

Prioritisation

Timetabling of Demand/Supply

slide11

Strategic Statistical Development Plan

  • Defines Outputs, Activities, Inputs
  • Strategies for delivery
  • human resources, information systems
  • analysis, dissemination and use by Government and civil society
  • organisation, institutional development
  • Work plan and resource needs
  • costed, prioritised, timetabled

National resources

Internationalresources

sis some critical success factors
SIS: Some Critical Success Factors
  • Commitment and leadership at very senior level
  • Overview of key information needs, timetable and costs
  • Priority setting and steering processes for SIS (need for a high level committee)
  • Addresses immediate needs for information and analysis, eg in PRSPs (data mining, analysis)
more critical success factors
More Critical Success Factors
  • Lay foundations for sustainable long-term capacity development, building on existing systems and processes
  • Takes account of existing capacities, resource constraints and other needs: eg professional standards, need for legislation
  • National and international resources co-ordinated and used effectively