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  1. Use it or Lose it Opening access to data for better development results

  2. Welcome • Moderator: • Dane Rogers, ITAD Ltd • Panel: • Mr. Sékouba Diarra • Mr. Rob Swinkels • Mr. YakobMudesirSeid • Mr. Neil Fantom • Mrs. Francesca Grum Users Statisticians

  3. Panel Format What are the key barriers to access & use of statistics? What is the statistical community doing to address these barriers? Data users Statisticians Panel presentations Questions and answers Short group exercise

  4. Setting the scene:Paris21 strategy

  5. Panel session 1What are the key barriers to access & use of statistics? • Access – ability to get relevant, reliable, timely and accurate data • Use – ability to make sense of statistics and put them to good use

  6. Panel session 1 – group workWhat are the main lessons concerning access to and use of data? • Turning to your nearest 2-3 neighbours, discuss and identify: • What works in improving access to and use of data • What undermines access to and use of data • Writeyour lessons onto cards (1 per card) and paste to the charts provided

  7. Panel session 2What is the statistical community doing to address these barriers? • Access – resourcing and strengthening data availability and quality • Use – understanding and responding to needs

  8. Panel session 2 – group workWhat are the main lessons about strengthening user-producer dialogue? • Turning to your nearest 2-3 neighbours, discuss and identify: • Whatworks in strengthening dialogue • What undermines effective dialogue • Writeyour lessons onto cards (1 per card) and paste to the charts provided

  9. Conclusions and the way forward