Presentation under item "1D. Spotlight on Country Experiences", Session 1: Status update on the process for SDG monitoring at the global, regional and national levels of the Monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals: Meeting to identify Asia-Pacific regional and sub-regional priorities,Bangkok, 21-23 September 2015.
1. Powerpoint presentation on "Monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals"
The document was presented by Mr Serevi Baledrokadroka, Acting Deputy Government, Statistician, Fiji Bureau of Statistics.
This agenda relates to the South South-West Asia Workshop on Advancing Accountability and Strengthening Statistics for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, to be held on 7-9 October 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.
These factsheets provide key demographic data on population ageing in Asia and the Pacific by country. They also provide an overview on policies, programmes and legislative frameworks in select countries, including information on social protection schemes for older persons, policies on healthy ageing and long-term care. Data and information on policies, programmes and legislative frameworks are based on responses received in 2012 to the Regional Survey on Ageing distributed by ESCAP to its member States and associated members.
The “Kathmandu” Statement on Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Development in South Asia summarized the key recommendations that emerged from the PPP Policy Dialogue held in Kathmandu, Nepal, 22 - 23 September 2015.
One feature that sets apart North-East Asian countries from others when it comes to development cooperation is their experience as both recipients and donors of aid in recent history. Given the wealth of experience gained during their transformation from recipients to providers of development assistance and their growing significance in various forms of development cooperation, cooperation among North-East Asian countries in development assistance will potentially bring significant benefits to recipient countries.