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Improving Statistics in Tanzania

The programme will enhance the production and dissemination of quality and timely statistics to feed into policy debates and planning processes.

Funded by the European Union

 

ACTIVITIES

  • Design of survey questionnaires, data collection and processing, report writing  and dissemination of reports for the National Panel Survey, the Integrated Labour Force Survey and the Agricultural Sample Census.
  • Provide training in survey methodology.
  • Broaden the visibility and distribution of quality statistical outputs.
  • Support the National Bureau of Statistics in strategic and operational management.

 

EXPECTED RESULTS/IMPACT

Improved Statistics

  • Improved Agricultural Statistics feeding into the sector policy debates and planning processes.
  • Improved labour force and labour market statistics feeding into the sector policy debates and planning processes.
  • Improved statistics on poverty, vulnerability, productivity and various SDG indicators feeding into policy debates and planning processes.

New skills and techniques for improved statistics

  • 250 staff trained in statistical programmes, e.g. STATA.
  • 65 staff trained in analysis and report writing.
  • 45 staff trained in sampling methodology.
  • 42 staff trained in data capture methods.
  • 60 staff trained in documentation, archiving and dissemination.
EUR 9.7M (25.12 Billion TZS)
Ongoing
EU
World Bank and the National Bureau of Statistics.
EUR 9.7M (25.12 Billion TZS)