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Secretariat Programme of Work and Budget 2014 - 2016. Johannes Jütting PARIS21 Board Meeting Paris, 3 April 2014. Programme of Work. Three year programme 2014-2016 Detailed activities for 2014 POW and Budget for 3 years, because…

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secretariat programme of work and budget 2014 2016

Secretariat Programme of Work and Budget 2014 - 2016

Johannes Jütting

PARIS21 Board Meeting

Paris, 3 April 2014

programme of work
Programme of Work
  • Three year programme 2014-2016
    • Detailed activities for 2014
    • POW and Budget for 3 years, because…
      • Need for multi-year planning given the specific nature of PARIS21
      • Alignment with POW cycle of OECD
programme of work1
Programme of Work

Objectives

  • Continue to…
    • facilitate NSDS design and implementation
    • promote advocacy and engagement in co-ordination as cross-cutting activities
  • Act as…
    • a knowledge hub
    • an incubator
    • an independent and neutral organisation
    • a focal point and convenor/facilitator
strategy objectives
Strategy: Objectives

Support to countries in establishing national/regional partnerships on co-ordinatingstatistics.

strategy activities
Strategy: Activities

Support for…

  • Countries embarking on an NSDS process for the first time
    • Anguilla, Haiti, Tonga
  • Countries already engaged in the NSDS process
    • 15 countries across all regions
  • Regional Statistical Development Plans (RSDS)
  • National Statistical Systems
strategy upcoming
Strategy: Upcoming

Review and updating of Tonga Statistics Law, a priority need arising from NSDS Assessment Workshop

access objectives
Access: Objectives

The tools and methodologies offered by IHSN and ADP to the Partnership have been instrumental in stimulating increased demand for and better use of data.

access activities
Access: Activities

IHSN activities will include…

  • Implementing jointly with the World Bank the recommendations for the evaluation
  • Conducting assessments of survey methodologies and developing guidelines
  • Upgrading and maintaining the central survey catalog

ADP activities will include…

  • Making survey microdata more accessible
  • Increasing microdata use and strengthening the demand
  • Improving the quality of future surveys
monitoring objectives
Monitoring: Objectives

Monitor the implementation of the BAPS and facilitate co-ordination

monitoring activities
Monitoring: Activities
  • Implementation and monitoring of BAPS
  • “Informing a Data Revolution” project
  • PRESS 2.0
  • Simplified CRESS questionnaire
    • First time for CRESS in Asia-Pacific
  • NSDS status updates in developing countries
monitoring upcoming
Monitoring: Upcoming

Country Report on Support to Statistics (CRESS) for Philippines

skills knowledge sharing objectives
Skills / Knowledge Sharing: Objectives

Development of skills and the sharing of knowledge to adapt to an evolving data and policy landscape.

skills knowledge sharing activities
Skills / Knowledge Sharing: Activities
  • Regional workshops for new NSDS guidelines
    • Translation of guidelines into Spanish
  • User-producer dialogues, and regional dialogues
  • Assess the challenges of statistics development in small island countries
  • Continue support to regional organisations
  • Work with Task Team on PARIS21 Beyond 2015 to develop new strategy
  • Assist countries in producing advocacy materials to raise the profile of statistics
skills knowledge sharing upcoming
Skills / Knowledge Sharing: Upcoming

User/Producer dialogues in Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Malawi, Tunisia, Zambia

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Income – 1st Quarter of 2014
  • Core/NSDS activities
  • VCs/grants accepted (2)
    • Korea: 37,000 € / 2014
    • Canada: 25,000 CAD (= 16,283 €) / 2014
  • VCs/grants in the pipeline for acceptance (1)
    • Belgium: 200,000 € / 2014
  • Discussions in progress (5)
    • Australia: 900,000 AUD (= 585 K€) / 3-year grant
    • Switzerland: 200,000 CHF / year in 2014, 2015 and 2016 (= 492 K€ in total)
    • Qatar: contribution for a regional meeting in Doha (end of 2014)
    • Eurostat: amount and timeframe to beconfirmed
    • World Bank – DGF grant for 2015: amount to beconfirmed
  • ADP/IHSN activities
  • VCs/grants accepted (2)
    • World Bank – ADP: 750,000 USD (= 548 K€) / 2014
    • World Bank – IHSN: 500,000 USD (= 366 K€) / 2014
  • Discussions in progress (1)
    • World Bank – DGF grants for 2015: amounts to beconfirmed
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