The 2030 Agenda poses a series of challenges regarding data needs, which implies that data ecosystems must adapt and develop. This is an opportunity to have more and better data in Latin American countries.
Cepei, together with the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data (GPSDD), conducted an analysis of the state of data ecosystems in the region to provide recommendations on progress, needs, and future lines of action to strengthen data capabilities in the region.
On November 18 at 9:00 a.m., data leaders from the region will share their experiences, recommendations, and possible actions to strengthen data ecosystems in Latin America, focusing on four themes:
- Modernization of statistical institutional frameworks
- Improvement of inter-institutional coordination and articulation mechanisms
- Incorporation of non-traditional data sources in the production of official statistics
- Innovations in the governance and data custody frameworks
To attend this event, please register at the following link.
Learn more about the actions proposed by GPSDD and Cepei, by consulting the analysis