The Importance of Statistics: Good Datasets can Change Mindsets
25 Oct 2012
Statistics alone do not feed the hungry, create jobs, or provide social services - but they are critical in helping us to better understand the challenges, and to design more effective policies for inclusive, sustainable and resilient development. In our race against time to 2015 on the MDGs, we must ensure that our development efforts reach the people most in need. To do this we require better, more complete data.
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