Open Letter: The data revolution for development

This open letter to the IEAG (Independent Expert Advisory Group) focuses on What it means for the UN Population Division/DESA as users of nationally generated data. It looks at the importance of better coverage, quality, timeliness and accessibility of national data which are needed in order to improve the quality and comparability of international estimates.


1 Comment on "Open Letter: The data revolution for development"

  1. Averaging of many Data could be a loss of Aid to groups,as well nations.A third party assessment of,Spatial statistics, using their topological, geometric, or geographic properties,wiyh known earlier parameters,and known developmental index,in all walks of education,health,proverty,and so the development or employment.Do not elude the spatial systems.

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