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Statistical Capacity Building (StatCaB) Programme for the National Statistical Offices (NSOs) of OIC Member Countries

The accurate, timely, reliable and consistent statistical data is of an utmost importance for policy making and strategy development in any country. The OIC member countries have varying levels of capacities for producing statistical data in accordance with the relevant internationally-accepted statistical standards. Thus, the Statistical Capacity Building (StatCaB) Programme for the National Statistical Offices (NSOs) of OIC Member Countries aims at matching statistical needs and capacities of the NSOs of OIC member countries and then organising training activities in order to close the statistical capacity gaps and thus contributing to the improvement of National Statistical Systems (NSSs) of the member countries.

The StatCaB Programme was initiated in early 2007. It is the flagship capacity development programme of the SESRIC. Within its framework, the Centre collects information from the NSOs of OIC member countries through the biennial StatCaB questionnaire, assesses their needs and capacities, matches these needs and capacities, and organizes statistical capacity development activities between the beneficiary and provide countries. Besides, the Centre, in its capacity as the Secretariat of the OIC Statistical Commission (OIC-StatCom) regularly reports the implemented StatCaB activities to the Follow-Up Meetings and Annual Sessions of the OIC-StatCom.

StatCaB Questionnaire for the Biennium 2022-2023

The StatCaB questionnaire, made available in three official languages of the OIC, can be downloaded by clicking on the below relevant links.

► StatCaB Questionnaire for the Biennium 2022-2023 (English) (Arabic) (French)

Statistical Activities per Domains Covered under the StatCaB Programme

Domain 1: Demographic and Social Statistics Domain 2: Economic Statistics Domain 3: Environment and Multi-Domain Statistics Domain 4: Methodology of Data Collection, Processing, Dissemination and Analysis Domain 5: Strategic and Managerial Issues of Official Statistics
1.1 Population and migration 2.1 Macroeconomic statistics 3.1 Environment 4.1 Metadata 5.1 Institutional frameworks and principles; role and organization of official statistics
1.2 Labour 2.2 Economic accounts 3.2 Regional and small area statistics 4.2 Classifications 5.2 Statistical programmes; coordination within statistical systems
1.3 Education 2.3 Business statistics 3.3 Multi-domain statistics and indicators 4.3 Data sources 5.3 Quality frameworks and measurement of performance of statistical systems and offices
1.4 Health 2.4 Sectoral statistics 3.3.1 Living conditions, poverty and cross-cutting social issues 4.3.1 Population and housing censuses; registers of population, dwellings and buildings 5.4 Management and development of human resources
1.5 Income and consumption 2.4.1 Agriculture, forestry, fisheries 3.3.2 Gender and special population groups 4.3.2 Business and agricultural censuses and registers 5.5 Management and development of technological resources (including standards for electronic data exchange and data sharing)
1.6 Social protection 2.4.2 Energy 3.3.3 Information society 4.3.3 Household surveys 5.6 Coordination of international statistical work
1.7 Human settlements and housing 2.4.3 Mining, manufacturing, construction 3.3.4 Globalisation 4.3.4 Business and agricultural surveys 5.7 Technical cooperation and capacity building
1.8 Justice and crime 2.4.4 Transport 3.3.5 Indicators related to the Millennium Development Goals 4.3.5 Other administrative sources  
1.9 Culture 2.4.5 Tourism 3.3.6 Sustainable development 4.4 Data editing and data linkage  
1.10 Political and other community activities 2.4.6 Banking, insurance, financial statistics 3.3.7 Entrepreneurship 4.5 Dissemination, data warehousing  
1.11 Time use 2.5 Government finance, fiscal and public sector statistics 3.4 Yearbooks and similar compendia 4.6 Statistical confidentiality and disclosure protection  
  2.6 International trade and balance of payments   4.7 Data analysis  
  2.7 Prices      
  2.8 Labour cost      
  2.9 Science, technology and innovation      

Implemented StatCaB Activities

Please Select a Year: 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Venue Date  
Doha Qatar 19-20 December 2012 Training Course on 'Income and Consumption' in Qatar
Male Maldives 26-28 November 2012 Training Course on 'Quarterly National Accounts' in Maldives
Male Maldives 19-20 November 2012 Training Course on 'Short-term Business Statistics' in Maldives
Kabul Afghanistan 18-21 November 2012 Training Course on 'Price Statistics and Indices' in Afghanistan
Amman Jordan 18-22 November 2012 Workshop on 'Conducting and Analysing Labour Force Surveys for Monitoring of the Labour Market for the Arab Countries'
Khartoum Sudan 12-14 November 2012 Training Course on 'Business Registers' in Sudan
Muscat Oman 10-13 November 2012 Training Course on 'Price Statistics and Indices' in Oman
Islamabad Pakistan 05-07 November 2012 Training Course on 'Short-term Business Statistics' in Pakistan
Kabul Afghanistan 22-24 October 2012 Training Course on 'Labour Force Statistics' in Afghanistan
Putrajaya Malaysia 17-19 October 2012 Training Course on 'Supply-Use and Input-Output Tables' in Malaysia
Niamey Niger 15-17 October 2012 Training Course on 'Demography and Population' in Niger
Amman Jordan 12-14 June 2012 Regional Seminar on 'International Trade Statistics' in Jordan
Kuwait City Kuwait 12-15 March 2012 Training Course on 'Management of Archives and Documents' in Kuwait

Information concerning SESRIC Statistical Experience Sharing Webinar Series can be accessed on: http://www.oicstatcom.org/webinar-series.php

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