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Brussels Briefing 54: Muchiri Nyaggah ''Data for SDGs implementation: availability, access and use ''

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The Brussels Policy Briefing n. 54 on ”Sustainable agriculture: where are we on SDGs implementation?” took place on 27th February 2019 (European Commission, Charlemagne Building, Alcide de Gasperi Room, Rue de la Loi 170, 1040 Brussels).

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Brussels Briefing 54: Muchiri Nyaggah ''Data for SDGs implementation: availability, access and use ''

  1. 1. Data & Evidence for SDG2 Improving Access And Use of Evidence for Decision-Making for Zero Hunger MUCHIRI NYAGGAH
  2. 2. Our Approach Human Capital Enabling Environment Strengthening Financing
  3. 3. Enabling Environment COORDINATION POLICYINFRASTRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  4. 4. Enabling Environment COORDINATION POLICYINFRASTRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  5. 5. The Malabo Declaration Scorecard and biennial review report covers Seventhemes, Forty Three performance indicators, with more than Twenty MDAs, local & international development partner data sources
  6. 6. Thirty two countries submitted more than 70% data Kenya provided 88% of data required. Nine indicators had no data
  7. 7. LDRI’s Malabo Open Data Study A continental study on open data on 152 datasetsused to compute 37 performance indicators for the Malabo Declaration A Fourcountry pilot has been completed and was published on 26th February 2019
  8. 8. Initial Results - Kenya Fifty twopercent of data was found online Published by thirty eightpercent of the MDAs Zerothemes had all the data available Only thirteenindicators (35%) had all their data available
  9. 9. Some Observations
  10. 10. Lack of a framework for coordination poses an existential threat to mutual accountability for Zero Hunger
  11. 11. Failure to invest in institutional strengthening as a deliberate part of the means of implementation for Zero Hunger will put our ambitions at risk.
  12. 12. Prioritizing delivery of data and evidence for decision making over data for reporting could result in better development outcomes
  13. 13. Three Suggestions 1. Make deliberate investments in strengthening institutions 2. Strengthen coordination on data to bring a whole-of-government approach to Zero Hunger 3. Mandate opennessto support mutual accountability
  14. 14. www.developlocal.org

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