Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP) Research Network Meeting 16-20 June 2004, Dakar, Senegal. SEILA Program and the Role of Commune Database Information System (CDIS). By: TRY SOTHEARITH National Institute of Statistics (NIS) Ministry of Planning, Cambodia. Map of Cambodia. Background ….
16-20 June 2004, Dakar, Senegal
By: TRY SOTHEARITH
National Institute of Statistics (NIS)
Ministry of Planning, Cambodia
SEILA Program Management Structure (Province to commune level)
To provide basic social, economic and environmental data at commune level (CDB), to support the allocation of the investment fund (geography targeting), to aid planning of investment, and t evaluate the local impact.
To provide physical and financial data, regularly assess the efficiency and effectiveness of investment in service and infrastructure, and develop incentives and sanctions to encourage improved performance of province and commune situation
To provide policy oriented periodic evaluations of system efficiency and development effectiveness and impact for national policy and procedure in support in decentralization and deconcentration, as well as poverty alleviation.
A comprehensive public awareness and information strategy regarding the provisions of the new statute, the organizational rules and procedures for accessing and utilizing decentralised resources and the roles and responsibilities of public officials (province to village levels) to promote public transparency and accountability
National and Provincial Database through National Institute of Statistics (NIS)
NIS : Editing, Compiling,
Analysing and Dissemination
Surveys and Cencuses:
NIS and Ministries
Administrative Data :
Ministries and Agencies
Commune Database (CDB)
- National Development Policies
- National M&E System
Integrated Development Plan
Devt. & Investment
NGOs, Private, Media
Learning from Seila and CBMS’ experiences, creating the CDIS or adopt CBMS as nationwide CBMS and become an official database in Cambodia now is very appropriate and needed for the currently commune councils to have better knowledge and accurate information for a good local development planning in each locality.
It is, therefore, the government of Cambodia, international donors, and other related agencies must take into account the importance of the database system that can be developed and used for the sake of achieving development goal of communes, districts, provinces/municipalities, and national development.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia