According to bank documents, the proposed ECASTAT project will build on the activities and progress achieved so far in the work to support implementation of 2008 SNA and supporting economic statistics in the EECCA region.
In line with the Bank policy and strategy to identify the key areas in which support can best assist a country in achieving sustainable development and eliminating extreme poverty, the project aims to help countries to improve their capacity to produce consistent and coherent socio-economic statistics and ultimately to properly implement the 2008 SNA across the 12 EECCA countries and Mongolia, in order to advance the data foundation for measuring sustainable development, and to support evidence based policymaking and effective monitoring.
Team Leader: Maurice Nsabimana
Statistician, World Bank
Telephone No.: 473-3773
Email Address: email@example.com
Implementing Agency: The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
Carsten Boldsen, Chief
Economic Statistics Section, Statistics Division
Telephone No.: 41-22-917-3370
Email Address: Carsten.Boldsen@unece.org
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