Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Gender and migration
A Road Map for a Country-led Data Revolution
Available in English and French, this report examines the role of the data revolution in aiding national and regional development, with a special focus on the role of national statistical offices in developing countries at providing the ‘right data’ to the ‘right people’ in the ‘right format.’ National Statistical Systems (NSS) are crucial to generating the data needed to promote development and reduce poverty and to monitor international development goals.
Assessing the capacity of national statistical systems: A user’s guide
The guide identifies four tool typologies to assist in the preparation of national statistical strategies; aid in the development of capacity building efforts; monitor statistical performance internationally; and asses quality of statistical codes of practice. The Assessment guide compares 15 of the most common assessment tools and explains how to interpret and use them. It further offers a more in-depth description of each of the tools, as well as resources for further guidance.
Migration and Development within the South: New evidence from African, Caribbean and Pacific countries
This publication aims to recapitulate major research findings carried out in Angola, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Haiti, Kenya, Lesotho, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Senegal, Timor-Leste, Trinidad and Tobago and the United Republic of Tanzania on migration and development.
Survey Organization Manual: Demographic and Health Surveys Methodology
This helps countries craft and put into place Demographic and Health Surveys, which measure indicators such as fertility, family planning, mortality, reproductive health, child health, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, among others. The publication lays out the steps that the relevant organization needs to take to create the survey, such as organizing the necessary committees, drafting a budget, and choosing indicators; it also lists helpful manuals or guidebooks to aid further reading.