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Regional Workshop for the Southern African Development Community 14-15 Octobre 2013, Maputo – Mozambique. «  Better dialogue on statistics for better development results :». Strategy for the Harmonisation of Statistics in African ( SHaSA ). Par : Mr. NZINGOULA Gildas Crépin

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Regional Workshop for the SouthernAfricanDevelopmentCommunity

14-15 Octobre 2013, Maputo – Mozambique

« Better dialogue on statistics for betterdevelopmentresults:»

Strategy for the Harmonisation of Statistics in African (SHaSA)

Par: Mr. NZINGOULA Gildas Crépin

EconomistStatisticianEngineer

African Union Commission

Email: crepinn@africa-union.org

plan of presentation
Plan of Presentation
  • Introduction
  • Priority statistical requirements
  • What is SHaSA?
  • Implementation mechanism 
  • A map of statistical government in Africa
  • Integration area & existing initiatives social & cultural dimension
  • Conclusion
i introduction
I. Introduction
  • The process of socio-economic, political and cultural integration has always been a core concern of African leaders;
  • Since 1960 several initiatives and legal frameworks adopted at the highest level have succeeded to accelerate the integration process and to ensure its sons and daughters good quality, economic and social welfare;
  • For it to fully succeed and ensure that they achieve their objectives, it requires not only quality statistical information, but also harmonized data across time and space in all areas of African integration.
ii priority statistical requirements
II. Priority statistical requirements

Policy frameworks structuring the African integration process allows us to highlight three major dimensions of integration, namely:

  • Political integration and regional and continental governance,
  • Economic integration, and
  • Social and cultural integration
iii what is shasa
III. What is SHaSA?

SHaSA: continental effort that directly supports the African integration agenda;

  • Objectives;
    • Identifying key priority areas of the African integration process that need to be underpinned by statistics;
    • Assessing the state of the ASS and various initiatives on statistical harmonisation; and
    • Elaborating a continental Strategy for the production and dissemination of quality harmonised statistics to inform African development and integration efforts
  • Jointly prepared by AUC, AfDB and ECA.
iv implementation mechanism
IV. ImplementationMechanism

Committee of DGs:

  • Monitoring the implementation of the strategy as well as its pillars,
  • Making appropriate recommendations for its effective implementation,
  • Preparing reports on its implemetation to the Ministers Finances, Planning and Economic Development and the Summit of Heads of State ,
  • Considering and adopting statistical programmes based on data requirements for the integration agenda, as well as actions/programmes for their provision.
vii conclusion
VII. Conclusion

Comparable statistics across countries will be generated to inform on the implementation of integration and for decision-making:

  • the adoption of international standards and common methods adjusted to African realities; and
  • better coordination of statistical development efforts and sustained production of harmonized statistics to inform policy decisions.