The NSDS training course in Asia and the Pacific region aims to strengthen capacity of middle-level managers at the National Statistical Offices which enables them to lead the design and implementation of NSDS at a country level, consistent with the guidelines and fundamental principles for structuring the preparation and implementation of NSDS, and taking into consideration the country’s needs for Agenda 2030.
The training is designed for middle level officials from RAP priority countries. It targets officers of National Statistical Offices and statistical units of Ministry of Agriculture engaged in the production of agricultural and rural statistics who are responsible for the compilation of food balance sheets (FBS). (Information Note for SIAP-Funded Participants)
The primary objective of the workshop is to provide participants with the understanding of basic concepts and frameworks on statistics related to climate change and the ability to produce selected climate change-related indicators using their national data.
The Network facilitates information sharing and promotes coordination among national statistical training institutions, regional and international statistical training providers, and donor agencies that provide funding for statistical trainings in the region.
The Management Seminar aims to strengthen the leadership and management capabilities of the heads of national statistical offices (NSOs) by providing a forum to discuss, exchange views and share experiences. The theme of this year’s seminar is "Empowering and Strengthening National Statistical Systems for Tracking Progress towards the SDGs". The seminar will draw on the experience of participants in identifying common components of effective national SDG indicator frameworks.
This Seminar aims at sharing experience and finding challenges for statistical capacity building for development of production and dissemination of official statistics with new data sources.
The causes and consequences of informal employment and employment in informal sector and their impact on achieving sustainable development continues to gain attention in national development agendas. This regional training course brings together statisticians and labour analysts from Asia-Pacific national statistical systems to discuss technical aspects and share experiences in the production and use of statistics on informality. Participants will also discuss compilation of SDG indicators.
The course will provide a strong foundation for the practical understanding and application of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) Central Framework. The objectives of the training program are (i) to help participants acquire knowledge and skills to deepen their understanding of the accounting principles and basic data needs for compiling environmental-economic accounts according to the SEEA Central Framework; and (ii) to facilitate experience sharing among countries.
This regional workshop focuses on selected topics as a follow-up to the annual basic- and intermediate-level e-learning SIAP courses that provide the overview of the SNA framework, introduces the new features of the 2008 SNA and builds knowledge and core skills in compilation of national accounts statistics in accordance with the framework. The objective of the workshop is to share experiences regarding the compilation practices for statistics relating to business cycles, short-term macroeconomic indicators and service sector.
The course was conducted by the government of Japan in collaboration with JICA SIAP provides technical support in the organization of the workshop. 12 participants from 9 countries. The objective of this workshop is to discuss survey design and sampling strategies for agricultural statistics.
Programme objective of this four month training program is to strengthen the capacity of national statistical systems to produce data, apply statistical methods to produce official statistics and indicators, and interpret and use these for monitoring progress in achieving SDGs.