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Saturday, September 30, 2006 

ECLAC: “Improving Caribbean Household Survey”

It’s official ECLEC has just launched its project on an harmonized and integrated social statistics database for the Caribbean. Named, “Improving Caribbean Household Survey”, the project will first introduce a one stop platform for statistical and social variables based on household surveys for the region. As an innovative tool, this project will provide a comparative basis that will use ICT to strengthen capacity development, and knowledge management. The aim being the support and facilitation of data transmission/dissemination to enhance learning capacity vis-à-vis data collection protocols, definitions and classification for social indicators, see here.

And in More News from ECLAC

*Meetings to Examine Women’s Political Participation and Contributions to Economy and Social Protection

*ECLAC Notes N°47
Date: August 2006

  • ECLAC Forecasts 5% Growth in 2006 for Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Changing Role of the Family in Social Protection
  • Op-ed by ECLAC's Executive Secretary, José Luis Machinea. Latin America and the High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development
  • Highlights. On the Difference between Resources Generated within the Region and the Resources Available to its Residents
  • Indicators
  • Science, Innovation and Competitiveness: Experiences from Australia and New Zealand
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  • Calendar of events


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