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8 June 2009

CCSA Task Teams on Coordination of
Statistical Capacity Building

At its 8th session, in 2006, the Committee had agreed to form four Task Teams to review issues related to the of coordination of statistical capacity building efforts of its members and provide recommendations for further the work in the following areas:

Task Team 1- Reporting mechanisms on statistical capacity building activities, led by Paris 21, with members Economic Commission for Europe, Eurostat, World Tourism Organization, World Bank and Paho

Task Team 2 - Capacity building through regional training initiatives for national statisticians (and regional training centers), led by UNSD, with members ILO, FAO, and Paris 21

Task Team 3 - Review of modalities for coordination of technical cooperation programmes at the sub-regional level, led by the World Bank, with members UNSD, Eurostat, ESCWA, African Development Bank, and World Tourism Organization

Task Team 4 - Assessment of the effectiveness of capacity building activities in Africa, led by AfDB, with members WHO, Paris 21, and World Bank

Task Team 2 and Task Team 3 had completed their Terms of reference and were dismissed at the 12th session of the Committee, in 2008. This page provides information on the final reports of the Task Teams.