From 7–9 November 2002, PARIS21 and the Asian Development Bank hosted a High Level Forum for South East Asia countries in Manila, Philippines. Participating countries were: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Brunei. The Forum was the first in a series in the Asia-Pacific Region. The broad goals of the Forum were to assess current capacities, define strategies to strengthen national statistical capabilities so as to meet the increasing data demand of government planners, decision makers and researchers as well as the private sector. A second goal was to mobilize and harness international support, in a catalytic and better aligned manner, to pave the way toward self sustainability.
PARIS21 Regional Workshop
7 November 2002 to 9 November 2002
Poverty Analysis and Data Initiaive (PADI) For East Asia: Capacity Building Plan to Support the Poverty Reduction Strategies (Action Plan 2002-2005)
Poverty Analysis and Data Initiative (PADI) For South Asia: Capacity Building Program To Support The Poverty Reduction Strategy (Action Plan 2003-2006)
Poverty Analysis and Data Initiative (PADI): Capacity Building Program To Support The Poverty Reduction Strategy
SIAP: Pursuing Partnerships in Practical Training in Official Statistics in the ESCAP Region (Presentation)
Statistical co-operation by Eurostat within the European Commission: General framework of the statistical co-operation at the EC