The International Committee on Census Coordination (ICCC)

The International Committee on Census Coordination (ICCC) is a group established to strengthen communication and coordination among international and regional organizations providing support for the successful implementation of population and housing censuses in developing countries. The ICCC has been established in response to the United Nation Economic and Social Council’s Resolution E/RES/2015/10 on the 2020 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses which called for "coordination of activities among stakeholders in assisting Member States" and in recognition of the increasing importance of the population and housing census as an important source for supplying disaggregated data needed for the measurement of progress of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Through proactive engagement the ICCC seeks to channel the various support provided by multilateral and bilateral donors with a view to enhancing the coherence of the support. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) and the U.S. Census Bureau (USCB) constitute the joint governing body of the ICCC (See the ToR of the Committee).

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Members' meetings

  • International Committee on Census Coordination (ICCC) Kick Off Meeting, 27 June 2016, New York, USA :

Documents

  • The International Committee on Census Coordination (ICCC) Terms of Reference : click here
  • United Nation Economic and Social Council’s Resolution E/RES/2015/10 on the 2020 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses : click here
  • Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, Rev.3 : click here

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