Data to understand our current needs
Millions of data are generated and processed every day to help us better understand the world. Thus, each sector, organization or decision-maker has evidence for the formulation and implementation of strategies or development plans that benefit the entire population without leaving no one behind. How does data help us make better decisions for sustainable development?
Data is everywhere and is generated all the time, which is why, many times, this large amount of data is not processed and gets lost. In order to prevent this from happening, and to ensure that data is collected and analyzed, there are new applications and tools that, in addition to preventing records from being lost, allow the study of human behavior, global phenomena and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
During the crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges faced by children and adolescents in Colombia, one of the populations most affected by confinement, have been further reflected. Data has allowed us to better understand this problem and take action to improve their quality of life.
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To achieve the 2030 Agenda, the United Nations promotes the use of non-traditional sources of data, such as big data, to generate and produce knowledge and support decision-making to address current challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cepei organized a working breakfast to present the results of the Road to Bern initiative and discuss the steps to be taken with a view to the next forums in China and Colombia.
Philipp Schönrock participated in the webinar "Measuring SDGs during the pandemic", as part of INEC Ecuador's Statistical Day 2021. He discussed the challenges to achieve the 2030 Agenda and the impact of the pandemic on the SDGs.
Cepei and the National Statistical Offices of Colombia (DANE), the Dominican Republic (ONE RD), Paraguay (INE Paraguay), Uruguay (INE Uruguay) and Ecuador (INEC) agreed on a strategic cooperation partnership to strengthen their data ecosystems.
In the framework of the 2021 UN World Data Forum, Cepei highlights the importance of multi-stakeholder partnerships to drive the measurement and implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
In the framework of the United Nations World Data Forum 2021, Cepei will co-host four sessions on innovative use of data sources to inform decision makers in the Global South.
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