The session will shed light on the conditions under which governments in developing countries use data and evidence and how global and national organisations can build their capacity in a sustainable way. Panelists from Cambodian and Indian national and subnational governments will discuss the practical constraints they face when using data and evidence and the types of capacity building support have been the highest impact for their work. The session will also share an example of building government's capacity to deploy and use high frequency surveys that strengthen existing government data systems.
Mak Mony, Director of Planning and Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forests, Government of Cambodia
Sakphouseth Meng, Country Program Manager, Cambodia and Country Director, Mongolia, IFAD, Cambodia
Anurag Kundu, Former Chairperson, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR), Government of Delhi
Karan Nagpal, India Regional Director, IDinsight
Bidisha Barooah, Economist, IFAD