A timely, relevant, and credible statistical system is a pre-requisite for developmental planning and any policy, program, developmental support by ADB and other donors and for measuring development effectiveness in Myanmar in the coming years. Accordingly, the strategic and institutional capacity of the national statistical system (NSS) of Myanmar and the technical and statistical skills of staff need to be strengthened to enable Myanmar to adopt international standards in the collection, compilation, and timely dissemination of comparable official statistics. As such, this TA is intended to provide support for improving statistical capacity of Myanmar in line with the priorities set in Myanmar's NDP and ADB's interim country partnership strategy and ASEAN regional cooperation needs.
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