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To deliver an effective system wide approach to statistical capacity building which leads to a sustained improvement in the production, availability and use of quality statistics.
This project supports improvement in the collection, processing, analysis, storage, dissemination and use of timely, good quality statistics to support poverty reduction and economic and social development.
To contribute for sustained increase in effective demand, supply and use of WASH services for the rural poor in Mozambique
GREAT for Partnership will multiply the UK’s development impact by boosting partnerships between UK’s institutions and their counterparts in the developing world. It will leverage the skills and expertise from a range of UK institutions and supply them initially to DFID partner countries, based on tailored demand. It will initially prioritise the Extractives, Financial Accountability & Anti-Corruption and Health sectors
This programme will work to strengthen voice and accountability for women's rights and young people. It will address the root causes of disadvantage, discrimination and exclusion working with communities, civil society, government institutions and the UN. It will work to shift damaging social norms, attitudes and behaviours at the individual, institutional and societal levels to improve gender equality and youth participation.
The Global Strategy for improving Statistics for Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development will target 40 African and 20 Asian-Pacific countries. This will develop the capacity of countries to provide better data on improved agriculture and rural statistics. This will allow decisions about investments to boost agricultural growth to be based on sound information and achieve their full potential as drivers for environmentally sustainable growth and poverty reduction.
To improve economic management in target countries in the region by strengthening the ability of government institutions to implement economic reform plans effectively, which will, in turn, facilitate development and inclusive growth. Beneficiary countries include Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. This programme also contributes to assisting these countries to progress towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 16 (more effective and transparent institutions).
African Union and UN Economic Commission for Africa effectively facilitate political integration of member states, and influence them to formulate and implement policies which facilitae sustainable economic growth and good governance.
This programme will work with the partner governments and the wider development community to improve the collection, management, analysis and use of geospatial and demographic data to improve the lives of the poorest in developing countries. This will allow developing countries and the development community to better understand how many people live where and where key features such as roads, hospitals and schools are located. This improved understanding will enable better planning of public services and targeting of resources.
The Government of Nepal develops and implements policies and programmes based on sound evidence leading to demonstrable poverty reduction and progress towards Least Developed Country (LDC) graduation by 2022.