Published at: 2016 / 08 / 24. 15 : 48

Mrs. Ariunzaya Ayush, Chair of the National Statistics Office of Mongolia, is participating in an Asia-Pacific Conference: Transforming Official Statistics for implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which is being organized for the leaders of international organizations and national statistics offices on 24-26 August, 2016, in Bangkok, Thailand.

The purpose of the Conference is to draw a clear path for collaborative efforts to strengthen statistics for the Sustainable Development Goals, especially the work that will lead to strengthened statistical capacity in the region.

During the Conference, participants are expected to exchange the successful experiences of transformation of official statistics and produce and garner support and general agreement on a Collective Vision and key elements of a Framework for Action to transform official statistics to better support SDG implementation, with a particular emphasis on strengthening statistical capacity in the region.




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