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The African Statistical Journal, Volume 7

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dc.description.abstract The revised System of National Accounts (SNA) is complex and demanding in terms of the variety of different data sources that must be tapped, developed, and channeled into a regular, institutionalized process of statistical reporting. Some African national statistical offices (NSOs) do not have the breadth or depth of expertise to maintain and enhance such data flows, while programs for national data development often lack a coherent, long-term, thematic structure. Many countries have had to respond to various ad hoc and contingent demands emanating from different sources. There are several ongoing initiatives in the development of statistics in Africa, including National Accounts, in which different Development Partners (DPs) are involved. This paper proposes a framework for establishing an effective coordination mechanism among DPs to support the compilation of NA in Africa in order to avoid duplication of efforts and adhere to the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Coordination en_US
dc.subject Harmonization en_US
dc.subject Partnership en_US
dc.subject SNA implementation en_US
dc.title The African Statistical Journal, Volume 7 en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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