Overall objective. The project consists in capacity building support to Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics – PCBS (technical assistance, training on the job, traditional training and workshops) for building up the SDGs monitoring system at the country level, provided by Istat through short term missions of its experts for each of the areas of intervention presented in this GOP.
Specific objective. The project has been approved by AICS as part of the initiative “AMAL – Human Rights and Gender Equality”, which aims at contributing to strengthening a culture of respect and protection of human rights and gender equality within the Palestinian society, through the following Specific Objectives (SOs): promotion of women’s economic empowerment and their working opportunities within the Palestinian labour market (SO1); promotion of women’s active participation to the public sphere (SO2); support to the main stakeholders of the education system to adopt tailored trainings and pedagogical tools to prevent all form of violence and enhance non-violent and non-discriminatory behaviors (SO3); enhancement of minors’ competences on children rights and preventive behaviors (SO4).
Under SO2, the project contributes to raising public awareness of the gender equality, making available to the Palestinian civil society the SDGs data and statistics needed to assess the accountability and transparency of the Public Institutions, with particular focus on gender mainstreaming processes.
The direct beneficiary is PCBS. PCBS staff will gain skills, knowledge and competencies to enhance its performance and monitoring SDG indicators. Other beneficiaries are the institutional users of SDGs data and statistics provided by PCBS (i.e Ministries, Government institutions, Universities, Civil society organisations, and the International Community).
- SDGs Process and Report 2018 Statistical Information for Agenda 2030 in Italy
- Conference of European Statisticians’ Road Map on Statistics for Sustainable Development Goals, First Edition
- The importance of administrative data in the era of SDGs
Milena Grassia – Project Manager
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