Partnerships between different data producers and users are essential to help countries build robust statistical systems that deliver accurate, timely and inclusive data for implementing and monitoring their development goals. PARIS21 engages in and drives a number of international initiatives to bring together, mobilise, and co-ordinate partners and other stakeholders in the data community and beyond to advance sustainable development through inclusive, evidence-based action.
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Kenya is making solid investments in education, however its policy making requires a huge amount of complex data across a range of indicators – including social and household data, which the National Statistics Office (NSO) does not have the capacity to produce. Through a recent initiative supported by PARIS21, GIZ, GPSDD and the Government of Flanders, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics and civil society organisations in Kenya have come together to use the detailed, insightful data produced by CSOs along with the robust quality standards of the NSO. In 2022, for the first time, education data from a CSO organisation was used in official reporting.
Citizen-generate data in official statistics in Kenya