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  1. SDG implementation:What is needed in terms of data, institutions and funding?Candido J. Astrologo, Jr.Assistant National StatisticianPhilippine Statistics AuthorityDecember 4-5, 2017PARIS21 Cross Regional ForumOECD Boulogne Conference Center, Room BB2Boulogne-Billancourt, France

  2. Outline of Presentation Availability of SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators Issues and Challenges

  3. A. Availability of SDGs in the Philippines, by Tier Tier I – with established methodology , regularly collected Tier II - with established methodology, data not regularly collected Tier III - no established methodology, methodologies are being developed/tested Availability SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System *Results of the series of consultative/assessment workshops based on the 232 unique SDG indicators

  4. A. Availability of SDGs in the Philippines, by Type 155 SDG and SDG-related Indicators to be monitored in the Philippines INDICATORS Availability SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System

  5. A. Availability of SDGs in the Philippines by source agency Availability SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System

  6. A. Availability of SDGs in the Philippines by source agency Availability SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System

  7. A. Availability of SDGs in the Philippines A1. By type of source of data 66% Admin Data Survey 23% 5% Admin data and Survey 6% Admin data and Census A2. By available disaggregation Regional 66% 42% Provincial 84% By Sex Availability SDG indicators in the Philippine Statistical System

  8. A. Institutional setup for SDG monitoring in the PSS • National Economic and Development Authority – overall SDG program monitoring • Philippine Statistical Research and Training Institute - capacity building for the generation of SDG statistics • Private Sector, CSOs – implements SDG activities (part of Corporate Social Responsibility); advocacy on SDGs • Media – advocacy on SDGs, awareness setting • Academia – statistical methodologies, analysis • Development partners – technical and financial assistance • Other government agencies – data support, SDG program implementation and monitoring • Philippine Statistics Authority – coordination of all statistical activities related to SDGs II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  9. B. Statistical Coordination Mechanisms • Statistical interagency committees • discuss and resolve issues on SDG indicators, data gaps, methodologies, metadata, proxy indicators • Philippine Statistical Development Program • PSDP Chapter on SDGs – data roadmap; statistical development programs, funding • Integrated as part of the PDP 2017-2022 Chapter on Plan Implementation and Monitoring • PSA Board Resolution • No. 4 , Series of 2016 (May 12) - Enjoining Government Agencies to Provide Data Support to the Sustainable Development Goals • PSA to disseminate SDG indicators (SDGWatch), PSA to serve as the repository of SDG indicators) • Consultative/assessment workshops, Seminars, other advocacy activities II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  10. C. Tools used in SDG-related activities 1. SDG Watch • shows the baseline, target and latest available data • shows emoticons to indicate status of achieving the target • low, medium, high • consistent, inconsistent II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  11. C. Tools used in SDG-related activities 2. Time-distance measure • Prof PavleSicherl, Univ. of Ljubljana • Indicates the number of years ahead/behind the path to target • Lag/Lead – progress is (worse) behind/(better) ahead the path to target Poverty Gap Ratio (%) 6 years Latest poverty gap ratio is six years ahead of the target! II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  12. C. Tools used in SDG-related activities 2. Time-distance measure (in years) II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  13. C. Tools used in SDG-related activities 3. ADAPT • Log frames existing: • PDP 2017-2022 • PH SDGs • NSDS: • PSDP 2011-2017 Update • Workshop on Dec 14-15 for completion of build-up of indicators and matching of 1) SDG and PDP Results Matrix indicators and 2) PSDP SDPs vs SDGs and PDP • No. of indicators in the PDP RM – 649 • No. of SDG indicators in the PDP RM – 73 (11.2%) II. Statistical coordination mechanisms in compiling and disseminating SDG indicators

  14. III. Issues and challenges Need for capacity building/technical assistance on: • addressing data gaps (through use of big data, multi-source data, alternative data sources) • Methodological work (MPI, WASH, disaggregation) • improving quality of administrative data • data visualization; infographics

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