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10 Sep 2020
Consultancy with UNICEF to support the National Statistics Committee of Kazakhstan in strengthening and improving child statistics data
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UNICEF Kazakhstan is looking for an expert to support the national processes to improve child births, deaths, causes-of-deaths data recording and registration, and carry out a rapid assessment of national civil registration and vital statistics systems. To estimate child-related SDG indicators and improve data disaggregation, it is essential to strengthen the national CRVS system. Working in close collaboration with country experts, the consultant will study all aspects of this system to identify practices to improve.

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