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30 August 2021 | Open meeting

Stats Cafe no. 45

The 45th session of the Asia-Pacific Stats Café Series on "Big Data partnership models" was held on Monday, 30 August 2021 from 14:30-16:00h (GMT +7).

This Stats Café explored different big data partnership models with government agencies and the private sector, touching upon data privacy issues, necessary legal adjustments to accessing and using big data for official statistics, and win-win models for data exchange.

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Welcome by

Rikke Munk Hansen
Rikke Munk Hansen
Chief of Economic and Environment Statistics Section, Statistics Division, ESCAP
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Rikke Munk Hansen is the Chief of Economic and Environment Statistics Section and the officer-in-charge of Statistics Division, ESCAP. She has worked with sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific during the past 21 years, including on statistics, the energy sector, and programme management and evaluation. Rikke manages ESCAP’s work on economic and environment statistics, including its efforts to develop guidance on disaster-related statistics. Rikke holds a Master’s degree in mathematics and computer science from Aalborg University, Denmark and the Technical University of Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Speakers

Mia Melinda
Mia Melinda
Vice President, Data Solutions, Telkomsel
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Having over 15 years of experience in the telco industry, Mia is responsible for leveraging Telkomsel data assets for the benefits beyond telco.

She is currently leading Telkomsel MSIGHT as a new growth engine for TELKOMSEL, a startup-mindset business unit inside a corporation that focuses on the use of Telkomsel rich audiences for various insights and activation to grow businesses.

During her leadership, she has been influential in supporting government programs using telco data and bring digital advertising and lending to a different level.

Titi Kanti Lestari
Titi Kanti Lestari
Director of Finance, IT and Tourism Statistics, BPS Statistics Indonesia
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Titi Kanti Lestari has been works for BPS-Statistics Indonesia since 1983. Currently she is Director of Finance, Information Technology and Tourism Statistics. She is responsible to manage data collection, processing and analysis of finance, information technology and tourism statistics at BPS Statistics Indonesia. She is previously Director of Distributive Statistics, Head of Export Statistics Subdirectorate and Head of Expenditure Account Consolidation Section. Titi currently is member of International Statistics Institute (including IAOS and ISBIS), UN GWG on Big Data, UN MPD Task Team, UN AIS Task Team, UN WG on Globalisation dan Digitalisation, UN Sub Working Group on Curriculum and Guidance, ITU Expert Group on ICT Household Indicators.

Titi has Ph.D from Monash University Australia in Applied Econometrics, and has Master Degree in Economic Development from Wollongong University Australia. She also has Bachelor Degree in Financial Management from University of Indonesia and Diploma in Statistics from Academy of Statistics Indonesia.

Siim Esko
Siim Esko
Head Sales and Marketing, Positium
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Siim Esko mainly works with large public sector institutions across Asia, Africa and South America to leverage location data from mobile networks. He used to work for the public think tank Estonian Development Fund as an expert on foresight and emerging economies. Siim has graduate degrees in business from Copenhagen and Vienna. He now leads the business development at Positium.

Positium has been analysing big data from mobile network operators for 10 years. The effect has been use of data-driven insights by all levels of government in Estonia. Positium now builds big data analytics for governments of various countries globally.

Mariana Jalaghonia
Mariana Jalaghonia
Chief Specialist, Population Census and Demographic Statistics Department, Geostat
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Mariana is the Chief Specialist at the Population Census and Demographic Statistics Department, at the National Statistics Office of Georgia – Geostat. In 2017, Mariana has been awarded Master of Science degree in Political Economy, University of Konstanz (Germany). She has joined Geostat in 2017.

Martina Barbero
Martina Barbero
Policy Manager, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data
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Ms. Martina Barbero is the policy manager for the Global Partnership for Sustainable Data. She works on advancing our policy work concerning the public use of privately held data and she focuses in particular on data sharing partnerships and governance models for private-public data sharing. Prior to this, Martina worked as senior consultant within Deloitte public sector strategy team, assisting the European Commission in the adoption and implementation of data strategies and policies, and as Operations Manager for the Big Data Value Association and the Big Data Value Public Private Partnership. She holds two masters in European Studies, from the College of Europe and the Free University of Brussels. Martina is based in Brussels (Belgium).

Moderator

Irina Bernal
Irina Bernal
Consultant, Statistics Division, ESCAP
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Moderator

Title Speaker/Presenter PPT
Data Partnership for the Use of Mobile Positioning Data for Official Statistics: Indonesia's experiences Titi Lestari, Director of Finance, IT, and Tourism Statistics, BPS Statistics Indonesia PPT
Unravel Potential Partnership using Telco Big Data Mia Melinda, Vice President, Data Solutions, Telkomsel PPT
Public-Private Partnership with National Statistical Offices for MPD Siim Esko, Head Sales and Marketing, Positium PPT
Big Data for Official Statistics & Data Partnership Models - Case of Georgia Mariana Jalaghonia, Chief Specialist at the Population Census and Demographic, Statistics Department, National Statistics Office of Georgia - GEOSTAT PPT
Private public data sharing partnerships for NSOs: emerging considerations, models and trends Martina Barbero, Policy Manager, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data (GPSDD) PPT

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