Niger - Statistical capacity

Methodology assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100)

The latest value for Methodology assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100) in Niger was 40.00 as of 2017. Over the past 13 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between 50.00 in 2013 and 30.00 in 2008.

Definition: The methodology indicator measures a country’s ability to adhere to internationally recommended standards and methods. The methodology score is calculated as the weighted average of 10 underlying indicator scores. The final methodology score contributes 1/3 of the overall Statistical Capacity Indicator score.

Source: World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).

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Year Value
2004 40.00
2005 40.00
2006 50.00
2007 50.00
2008 30.00
2009 30.00
2010 30.00
2011 40.00
2012 40.00
2013 50.00
2014 40.00
2015 40.00
2016 40.00
2017 40.00

Overall level of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100)

The value for Overall level of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100) in Niger was 72.22 as of 2017. As the graph below shows, over the past 13 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 72.22 in 2017 and a minimum value of 61.11 in 2008.

Definition: The Statistical Capacity Indicator is a composite score assessing the capacity of a country’s statistical system. It is based on a diagnostic framework assessing the following areas: methodology; data sources; and periodicity and timeliness. Countries are scored against 25 criteria in these areas, using publicly available information and/or country input. The overall Statistical Capacity score is then calculated as a simple average of all three area scores on a scale of 0-100.

Source: World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).

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Year Value
2004 64.44
2005 65.56
2006 68.89
2007 68.89
2008 61.11
2009 62.22
2010 67.78
2011 71.11
2012 70.00
2013 72.22
2014 67.78
2015 71.11
2016 71.11
2017 72.22

Periodicity and timeliness assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100)

The value for Periodicity and timeliness assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100) in Niger was 96.67 as of 2017. As the graph below shows, over the past 13 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 96.67 in 2017 and a minimum value of 83.33 in 2008.

Definition: The periodicity and timeliness indicator assesses the availability and periodicity of key socioeconomic indicators. It measures the extent to which data are made accessible to users through transformation of source data into timely statistical outputs. The periodicity score is calculated as the weighted average of 10 underlying indicator scores. The final periodicity score contributes 1/3 of the overall Statistical Capacity Indicator score.

Source: World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).

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Year Value
2004 93.33
2005 96.67
2006 86.67
2007 86.67
2008 83.33
2009 86.67
2010 93.33
2011 93.33
2012 90.00
2013 86.67
2014 83.33
2015 93.33
2016 93.33
2017 96.67

Source data assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100)

The value for Source data assessment of statistical capacity (scale 0 - 100) in Niger was 80.00 as of 2017. As the graph below shows, over the past 13 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 80.00 in 2017 and a minimum value of 60.00 in 2004.

Definition: The source data indicator reflects whether a country conducts data collection activities in line with internationally recommended periodicity, and whether data from administrative systems are available. The source data score is calculated as the weighted average of 5 underlying indicator scores. The final source data score contributes 1/3 of the overall Statistical Capacity Indicator score.

Source: World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).

See also:

Year Value
2004 60.00
2005 60.00
2006 70.00
2007 70.00
2008 70.00
2009 70.00
2010 80.00
2011 80.00
2012 80.00
2013 80.00
2014 80.00
2015 80.00
2016 80.00
2017 80.00

Classification

Topic: Public Sector Indicators

Sub-Topic: Policy & institutions