A (2) | C (5) | D (8) | E (2) | F (3) | G (4) | I (4) | L (2) | M (6) | N (5) | O (2) | P (2) | R (5) | S (4) | T (2) | U (2) | V (1)
  • Gap

    A gap in the context of ADAPT means that a logframe’s (mainly the SDGs) data demands are not being met. This can be either because the required indicators are not being produced (absolute gap) or there are differences between supplied and demanded data regarding definitions, methodologies, frequencies, etc. (partial gap


    The Generic Activity Model for Statistical Organizations (GAMSO) describes and defines the activities that take place within a typical statistical organization. It extends and complements the Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM) by adding additional activities needed to support statistical production. It comprises three hierarchical levels. The top level comprises four broad activity areas: Strategy and leadership, Capability management, Corporate support and Production. The second level of Strategy and leadership, Capability management and Corporate support are sub-activities. The third level is a textual description of the second level. The Production activity area corresponds to the GSBPM v5.0 where it is described in detail. The over-arching GSBPM processes (quality and metadata management) have a cross-cutting nature and influence GAMSO in different layers. From: http://www1.unece.org/stat/platform/display/GAMSO/GAMSO+v1.0, https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/system/files/GAMSO%20(1).pdf


    The Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM) is a means to describe statistics production in a general and process-oriented way. It is used both within and between statistical offices as a common basis for work with statistics production in different ways, such as quality, efficiency, standardisation, and process-orientation. It is used for all types of surveys, and "business" is not related to "business statistics" but refers to the statistical office, simply expressed. It comprises three levels: Level 0, the statistical business process; Level 1, the eight phases of the statistical business process; Level 2, the sub-processes within each phase.  



    http://www1.unece.org/stat/platform/display/GSBPM/II._The+Model#II._TheModel-_Toc375051196 , https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/content/gsbpm-generic-statistical-business-process-model-theme_en

  • Geographic level

    The geographic levels have a different meaning from a global or national perspective. At a global level it refers to an area of land with shared features (e.g. the UN divides continents into smaller regions). From this standpoint, any level under ‘Country’ is subnational. From a national perspective it refers to the administrative divisions/units/entities in which the government of the country is divided (e.g. Country> Province> Districts> Sectors).