• Quality training on official statistics
    to advance evidence-based decision-making for inclusive, sustainable and resilient societies.
  • Quality training on official statistics
    to advance evidence-based decision-making for inclusive, sustainable and resilient societies.
  • Quality training on official statistics
    to advance evidence-based decision-making for inclusive, sustainable and resilient societies.
  • Quality training on official statistics
    to advance evidence-based decision-making for inclusive, sustainable and resilient societies.
  • Quality training on official statistics
    to advance evidence-based decision-making for inclusive, sustainable and resilient societies.

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30 July

Country Course on Basic Data Analysis and Statistical Report Writing for the Timor-Leste General Directorate of Statistics, 30 July - 8 August, Timor-Leste
SIAP in collaboration with the Philippine Statistical Research and Training Institute (PSRTI) is currently running a country training course on basic data analysis and statistical report writing for the General Directorate of Statistics (GDS) of the Ministry of Finance of Timor-Leste from 28 July-8August, 2014. The training has drawn participants from GDS and other line ministries. The objectives of the training are to increase the capability of the GDS and other line ministries to produce simple statistical reports and indicators.

9 July 2014

Sub-Regional Training Workshop on Changes in SNA 2008 Affecting GDP Compilation, 30 June - 4 July 2014, Astana, Kazakhstan
Organized by ESCAP Statistics Division and SIAP, hosted by the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics and funded by the Russian Federation.
A five day sub-regional training workshop on changes in SNA 2008 affecting GDP compilation opened on June 30, 2014. The workshop is being facilitated by SIAP, the Statistics Division of ESCAP and the IMF in collaboration with the Russian Federation and the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics (ARKS). Twenty five statistics experts from Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbajain, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Mongolia, Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are participating in the workshop.

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