Report of the conference : fifteenth session of the commission sixth meeting of the conference of ministers
The Joint Conference of African Planners, Statisticians and Demographers, acting within the fraiuework of the policies and procedures of the United Nations and subject to the general supervision of the Economic CoEimiscion ...
Progress report on the African household surveys capability programme (AHSCP)
The paper deals about the progress report on the African household surveys capability programme (AHSCP).
Guidelines for organization of sessions
The present guidelines relate to the working papers, country statements and solicited and contributed individual papers for the Plenary sessions.There should be a working paper and organizer's statement for every session.
Operational support to the statistical training porgramme for Africa 1981-1985
The essential objective of the STPA is to ensure that the region has a permanent supply of trained staff for the statistical and other services of governments as well as for the private sectors.
Notes on the agenda items
This meeting has been convened to advise the Sponsors of the 1971 African Population Conference - the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, and the ...
African data requirements in the 1980s
This study aims essentially at identifying the areas where basic African economic and social statistics need particular improvement to meet the needs of these far-reaching strategies implied in new international economic ...
Report of the fourth session of the joint conference of African planners, statisticians and demographers (Addis ababa, ethiopia, 3-12 march 1986)
The food supply situation which was so critical in the previous years due tb drought and other calamities, except in a few countries returned to normal in 1985. In spite of the recorded increase in value added of agriculture ...
Population information programme for ECA member States : perspectives for the 1990s
The objective of this paper is to highlight the necessary mechanisms for developing a viable regional population information programme which will enable the African region to have the facilities and services for promoting ...