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05 to 08 June 2018 | By invitation only

This workshop will be the first of two to be held in Samoa, which will aim to apply a newly developed generic tool to Samoa’s planning documents to assist with identifying all key data requirements. The 1st workshop will focus on 7 sector plans, with participants representing ministries responsible for the development of these plans, along with staff from the national planning and statistics office. Participants will also have the opportunity to map the indicator requirements from these plans with global and regional frameworks, to gauge overlap and simplify overall reporting requirements.

 

PART 1: PLENARY SESSION – SCENE SETTING

Session 1.1: A National Sustainable Development Indicator Set(NSDIS) and its link to Policy and Budget Processes

Session 1.2: Update on the seven sectors

Session 1.3: Building a tool to identify data/indicator requirements from national policies and plans

PART 2: PROJECT WORK – NATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Session 2.1: Project work – Identifying Data/Indicator Requirements to meet National Needs

PART 2B: PROJECT WORK – MAPPING

Session 2.2: Mapping Global/Regional Initiative to National Indicator Requirements

for more information, please contact

Statistics Division +66 2288 1234 [email protected]
Subregional Office for the Pacific +679 331-9669 [email protected]