Statistical systems not meeting Region’s needs – Grenada PM

The necessity for citizens and governments alike to receive relevant and timely information with which to make important decisions is not being met by the Region’s statistical systems.

“It is clear, even with the best intentions, that national statistical systems are currently not meeting these challenges,” Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell told a high level regional statistical forum on Monday.

In his address to the Second High Level Advo-cacy Forum in St George’s, Grenada Dr Mitchell called for investment “in regional approaches that help to optimise our scarce public resources.” He told the forum that what was required if the Region was to realise the level of statistical development that it needs was “the free movement of people and of minds” which he said must be …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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