According to bank provided information, the overall objective of the project is to strengthen the national statistical system (NSS) to produce and disseminate statistical information for evidence-based policy formulation, planning and decision making. The specific objectives are: (i) to provide technical support in institutional building and statistical operations as well as support the coordination and advocacy for the national statistical system; (ii) to enhance the technical capacity of staff, through short- and long-term official statistical trainings and on-the-job skills transfer; and (iii) to build functional Information Communication Technology (ICT) for production and management of statistical information for FGS and the beneficiary FMS.
Statistics Development Support Project for Somalia is financed by African Development Fund, ADF 15 - PBA for UA 3.0 million. This is a capacity development project for statistics that will help to enhance the quality and quantity of statistics in the country, to improve evidence-based decision-making and policy dialogue, in line with nationally determined priorities. The expected outputs of the project will be: (i) trained staff in collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of statistical data as well as coordination and advocacy products; (ii) manuals and guidelines compliant with international statistical concepts, methods and classifications produced; (iii) functional and equipped ICT Statistics Departments for Federal Member States (FMS); (iv) Databases, Data portal and better quality statistical publications for Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and FMS, and functional national coordination committee and Technical Working Groups (TWGs) for the national statistical system. The implementation schedule runs from 2022 to 2024.
Name BAHEMUKA Stephen Gahwera
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