The TA supports the implementation of the Ten Year Pacific Statistics Strategy (TYPSS) 2010-2020 which provides a framework and governance structure for improving national capacity through regional coordination and integration of statistical activities in the Pacific. The TYPSS was endorsed by the Heads of Planning and Statistics (HOPS) from Pacific Developing Member Country (DMC) governments. A Pacific Statistics Steering Committee (PSSC), which consists of representatives from Pacific DMCs , was created to monitor and oversee the implementation of the TYPSS. The PSSC guides the delivery of TA elements of evidence-based information included in this TA such as household surveys and economic indicators. The aim is to build essential statistical databases that support improved analysis, policy development, and management of government services, particularly in basic social services.
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