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UN Women Mar 9
Better data = fairer laws found: ❌104 economies ban women from certain jobs ❌18 allow men to prevent their wives from working Over the last 2 years, 65 economies enacted 87 reforms to improve women’s inclusion:
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United Nations Mar 4
Starts on Tuesday at UNHQ: UN Statistical Commission 50th session. Follow for updates & see
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Ivan Sukharev Feb 22
It feels great to be part of something bigger. For example, the fact that the contributes to the development of international statistics.
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Global Goals Mar 5
Better data = cleaner air. According to , 9 out of 10 people worldwide breathe polluted air. Better data on air quality help cities & governments take action. Learn more 📝
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KNBStats Mar 7
KNBS offers adequate statistics for measuring living standards,education, health=care ,job creation,youth employment,agriculture, rural income,manufacturing and diversified exports among many other indicators that form priorities of GOK development agenda
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UNFPA Mar 8
: Access to sexual and reproductive health is possible thanks to population data gathered with modern geospatial technology? See how we're putting everyone on the map with the power of data:
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Majed Skaini Mar 5
Is attending the 50th session of the and other related meetings on data and statistics
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DFID Stats Jul 3
The DFID Statistics family needs to grow - opportunities for statistics officers to be advertised soon. If not already a government statistician you can apply here:
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UN DESA Mar 7
Children without basic maths & reading skills: 617 million ⅓ are out of school ⅔ are in school Better, comparable data helps us look beneath the surface & improve our education systems. 👇
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UNStats Mar 5
supports the development of a financing mechanism to ensure more and better funding for data for the .
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KNBStats Mar 6
Quality Statistics ensures significant mobilization of resources from various sources to implement programs and policies to end povert in all it's dimensions.
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Nina R Blecker Feb 19
👏🏻👏🏻 Looking forward to talking at for exactly this reason!
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UN DESA DISD Mar 7
How is better data improving and even saving our lives? Learn from speakers at in NY! 👉 📺
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markiliffe Mar 4
Greg Scott from kicking off the Disaster Related Statistics event at for . Disasters need data to make informed decisions, and improved statistics is the first step!
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Statistics Latvia Feb 15
By marking the 50th Session of , Statistics Latvia wants to congratulate all data providers and remind that official statistics help us stride toward the elimination of inequalities.
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UN DESA Mar 7
LIVE NOW! Get the latest updates & news from from Director Stefan Schweinfest & Chair Zachary Mwangi Chege.
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UNStats Mar 5
welcomes increased collaboration between countries and international agencies for better data flows from national to international statistical system.
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markiliffe Feb 12
Proud that is taking off! The nexus of statistics, data, and geospatial is crucial to and Global Development!
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Jo Crawford Mar 5
Yes. And improving disaster related stats requires stats that are gender-responsive & disaggregatable, at minimum for sex, age & disability. Evidence is clear that these factors significantly influence impact of disaster & DRR planning
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Delta 8.7 - The Alliance 8.7 Knowledge Platform Mar 6
We need data to make the invisible visible. Better data = better targeted policies to end , , & . Without indicators on forms of , policymakers have no data to rely on.
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