Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC)
Centre de formation statistique de l'Afrique de l'Est
Jul 1965, by H-XH4217 - East African Common Services Organization (EACSO) and E-XE3382 - UNDP, as East African Statistical Training Centre. Proposed Jul 1961, Tunis (Tunisia), during Second Conference of African Statisticians. UNDP ended support, and F-XD6196 - East African Community (EAC) - successor to EACSO - took full control of the Centre until 1977. Statistical Training Programme for Africa (STPA) took over 1979-1993. E-XE4174 - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) requested Tanzanian government to take care of Centre, before being handed back to UNECA. Re-established in accordance with No 28 of Tanzania UR, 18 Nov 1994, taking effect on 1 Oct 1995. A protocol (memorandum of understanding) signed by member countries opens EASTC for use to user countries.
Be a centre of excellence in training official statistics in Africa; promote production and use of high quality statistics through training, research and consultancy for evidence-based decision making.
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