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IDR progress report. Bangkok Regional Workshop. July 17-18 ,2014. Why do we need a “data revolution” ? What do we want to achieve ? How will we do it? Who should be involved? When will it be done?. w anted: a new data revolution. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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IDR progress reportBangkok Regional WorkshopJuly 17-18 ,2014informing a data revolutionright data, to the right people, at the right time, in the right formatWhy do we need a data revolution?

What do we want to achieve?

How will we do it?

Who should be involved?

When will it be done?

informing a data revolution#2A true data revolution would draw on existing and new sources of data to fully integrate statistics into decision making, promote open access to, and use of, data and ensure increased support for statistical systems.

A new global partnership: eradicate poverty and transform economies through sustainable development: The Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, 30 May 2013, Chapter 4wanted: a new data revolutioninforming a data revolution#call for a data revolution in early 2013 by the High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post 2015 Frameworkindividuals and organizations around the world from academics to politicians, and civil society organizations to development banks, have been inspired to make the data revolution become a reality. many of us have a very different idea of what it means, and what it will take to get there. why a data revolution?informing a data revolution#4The Partnership in Statistics for Development in the 21st Century (PARIS21), along with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is seeking to:

inform this discussion and produce a Road Map that will guide international leaders and policymakers, and national governments and statistical offices, in their path toward an effective, relevant, and sustainable development data revolution. why a data revolution?informing a data revolution#5DATAINFORMATIONKNOWLEDGEACTIONWe need to unlock the power of data

Getting the right data,to the right people,at the right time,in the right format. why a data revolution?informing a data revolution#The data paradigm is described in slides 8 to 10. Data is transformed in the statistical process into information, usually in the form of aggregate statistics, such as totals, means, index numbers, etc.6the data revolution needs to . . Be about more than just dataBe about more than monitoring development goalsDeliver quickly, 2030 will be too lateStrengthen and sustain national statistical systems, but be much more than business as usualBe innovative, fill data gaps and make much better use of the data we do haveMake better use of the opportunities provided by new technologyBe built on a real partnership, with much better coordination at all levels

informing a data revolution#1The data revolution must address existing data gaps to ensure that better statistics lead to better decisions leading to better lives.

This will require an understanding of the different types of data gaps, and how they relate to national statistical systems. the data revolution needs to . . informing a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 81the data revolution needs to . . Think out of the box, but remain realistic Build on what works, but make use of new opportunitiesStrengthen existing and create new partnerships

informing a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 9Does the data exist?

In 2012, about 230 million children under the age of 5 (approximately 1 in 3) did not have their births registered. Only a quarter of South Asian countries have a complete civil registration system.Are the data accessible?

Out of almost 2000 surveys across 37 countries documented online by the International Household Survey Network (IHSN), only 42% are available for public use.Are the data reliable?

It has been estimated that almost 80% of the growth in international remittances to developing countries over the past 20 years can be attributed solely to changes in measurement.Are the data relevant?

While the MDGs only acknowledge 2 data points for Nepals net enrolment ratio in primary education, many more national data exist yet do not conform to international standards.data gapsinforming a data revolution#Take stock in countries of what is being done good and bad and find out about the needs of data producers and data usersExplore innovations, finding out what works and seeing if and how it can be replicatedAdvocate for and promote a data revolutionProduce a road map for the next five yearsthe IDR project will..informing a data revolution#111

country studiesinforming a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 12

Azerbaijan, Botswana, Chad, Colombia, Cte dIvoire, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guyana, Haiti, India, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Paraguay, Plurinational State of Bolivia, Samoa, Senegal, South Africa, Sir Lanka, United Republic of Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Uganda, Viet Nam.Bangladesh, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, Philippines, Trinidad and Tobago.Cross-country studiesIn-depth studiescountry studiesinforming a data revolution#1

metabaseinforming a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 14metabase

AccessThe public availability of data is the foundation of a better informed societyInstitutionsA healthy institutional environment is a catalyst for statistical developmentUseKnowledge on the demand for data improves efficiency in data productionInnovationsInnovations offer solutions for todays problems and inform tomorrows standardsTimelinessTimely data helps decision makers react quickly and stay informedSoundnessA sound methodology builds trust in data and ensures transparencyinforming a data revolution#1innovations

informing a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 16Strengthening international coordination - promoting harmonisation, developing and implementation of statistical standards and tools.Improving the ways in which the international statistical system and national statistical systems interact.New ways of financing statistical activities ,providing technical assistance, and aid for capacity building.innovationsinforming a data revolution#Strengthening the coordination and management of statistical systems in countries.Improving the organisation and management of statistical production processes - design, collection, processing, analysis, dissemination, archiving and evaluation phases of GSBPM.Developing tools and applications to support the analysis and use of statisticsinnovationsinforming a data revolution#Orange Data 4 DevelopmentAnalysis of anonymised mobile phone call logs for insights into health, transportation, demographics, income inequality, and moreStrategy for the Harmonization of Statistics in AfricaEnabling the generation of timely, reliable, and harmonized statistics, covering all aspects of political, economic, social, and cultural integration for AfricaThe Big IdeaEquipping young people with knowledge, skills, and platforms necessary to effectively interpret data in order to mobilise citizens to take action innovationsinforming a data revolution#Make sure the argument for the data revolution is clear and based on good researchThere is not a strong research base for the organisation of statistical activitiesThe project will commission up to five different pieces of researchAll research will be independently reviewed and will be published by PARIS21researchinforming a data revolution#1the road map

informing a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 211

the road mapinforming a data revolution#Important to make the most of existing efforts instead of reinventing the wheelimitation is the highest form of flattery this shows that were on the right track. But 2015 is a tight deadline, so concerted action is needed. 22Just about everyone:National statistical systemsAll kinds of data usersOther data providersThe owners and producers of big dataThe international communityCivil society organisationsAcademicsPrivate sector businessesThe mediawho needs to be involved?informing a data revolution#Road map will be launched in July 2015 in advance of the UN General Assembly The Road Map document will be supported by a number of other outputsClear vision of what the revolution is aboutBackground documents including the country studies and the background researchThe Road Map will include an overview of how the revolution can be implemented, including an estimate of the financing requirementsWhen?informing a data revolution#timetableApr to Jul 2014Country studies launchedStudy of innovations launchedBackground papers commissionedJul to Oct 2014Country studies completedBackground papers completedOct to Dec 2014Synthesis of country studiesWrite up of innovationsFirst draft of road map preparedJan to Mar 2015Final draft of road