Socio-Economic Dashboard

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

ENABLING AGILE GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Dependency on traditional, manual data collection processes means government data is usually unavailable before it becomes outdated. This delay makes it impossible to catch and fix issues while they occur. Oftentimes, the problem does not become apparent until it is too late to fix it.


As COVID-19 pointed out so ruthlessly, government interventions need to be fast, adaptive, and highly responsive to a rapidly evolving situation on the ground.


- Who should be the target for economic or financial assistance?

- Are poor households receiving social transfers?

- Which occupational groups suffer the highest food insecurity?

- How are districts experiencing changes in per capita remittance?

- Where is child marriage increasing?

- To what extent is remote education helping children from poor families during pandemic-induced school closure?



In the face of such urgent, major policy questions, the socio-economic dashboard supports agile decision-making by the government through real-time sectoral data availability. It engages research organizations, bridges public sector data and private sector data, integrates them and visualizes key findings to enable informed decision-making that optimizes outcomes for citizens. Post-intervention, it also provides the means for rigorous, detailed measurement of policy impact.


This makes the socio-economic dashboard a key element of a2i’s efforts to support the government in building forward better in order to protect years of impressive development progress including the proximate milestone of LDC graduation, and the country resuming progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.