When senior management within Papua New Guinea's Department of Education (DOE) began asking for access to the department's Educational Management Information System (EMIS), the IT staff was pleased, but equally concerned.
On 8 December 2010 at UNICEF Headquarters in New York City, the UNICEF Moldova Representative shared a presentation titled, “Where on Earth is Moldova: Equity and Child Rights.” The audience was quite varied and included the Deputy Executive Director, senior Programme and Communication colleagues, fundraising staff, interns and administration staff.
If you’re familiar with Argentinian newspapers, you know that you are likely to find a lot of statements on children and youth issues. While this is a positive fact in the fight to promote child rights, the data available offers many varying figures about identical topics; the information is often inaccurate and misleading.
An important 5-day workshop on PolioInfo Afghanistan and the SMS Data Capture tool took place at the National EPI (Expanded Programme on Immunization) offices in Kabul from the 13th to the 17th of July.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recently released an innovative and interactive tool called the Decomposition of Future Population Growth, which provides critical information on population growth at the global, regional and national levels.
Two databases, DevInfo Monitoring situation and development of municipalities and DevInfo Natural changes of population, have now been respectively updated and launched on the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia website.
The DevInfo Serbia website now contains five databases, each providing critical socio-economic data to development actors and the general public, as well as ways to visualize it with tables, graphs and maps.