The principal purposes of this MANUAL are to:
a. Secure an optimum degree of Statewide uniformity in surveying.
b. Establish and maintain survey standards.
c. Improve the overall efficiency of the Division's survey function.
d. Provide a single reference source for Division-wide surveying policies, procedures, and information
Kuva mu mwaka wa 2000 kugeza mu mwaka wa 2014, imibereho y'abanyarwanda yateye imbere muri rusange. Ibyo bigaragazwa n'ibipimo bitandukanye nk'uko Ikigo cy'Igihugu cy'Ibarurishamibare mu Rwanda cyagiye kibishyira ahagaragara.
Since 2015, around the celebration of the African Statistics Day (ASD), the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) in collaboration with UNICEF Rwanda organizes the “Reading Data with Children”, an event that brings together around 50 children to be trained in reading statistical reports, especially those related directly to their lives, using children friendly readable visualizations with data from Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) and EICV.
This publication is a compilation of concepts and definitions in a move to guard against the inconsistencies in data production, reporting and interpretation. NISR, as the coordinator of the National Statistical System, therefore, took the initiative to produce the Compendium of Statistical Concepts and Definitions for Rwanda with the contribution of several Ministry's departments and agencies and Research Institutions.
This classification manual is designed to serve as a standard tool for statistical practitioners in their endeavors to produce required statistics on the social, political, and economic situation of Rwanda
This is the second version of Visa Instruction manual. Besides its mandated role as the prime producer of official statistics in Rwanda, the National Institute of Statistics or Rwanda (NISR) is entrusted with the coordination responsibilities of the entire National Statistical System. This implies that NISR must keep track with any data collection endeavors undertaken in the country, with the aim of ensuring high quality statistics that will adequately serve their purposes.
This handbook contains metadata sheets for 38 EDPRS2 and 43 MDGs indicators and has been divided into two parts: Part I consist of EDPRS2 indicators and Part II is related to MDGs indicators. The metadata for MDGs indicators have been reviewed putting into account the country settings. The classification of the indicators under each targets and goals in the handbook follows similar structure as of the EDPRS 2 and MDGs documents.
The indicators in the Handbook are statistical and those required to describe and assess phenomena relevant to labour covering the population of persons, establishments and jobs or substantial subsets of them such as women, establishments in critical sectors and jobs in the formal sector. Other topic- or institution-specific indicators used for programme monitoring and evaluation or management of resources are not included, for example number of business development advisers with international certification.
The EDPRS 2 and MDGs indicators metadata handbook is designed to provide comprehensive information on the definition, method of computation, comments and limitations and sources of the data for each indicator. The purpose of this handbook is to promote the use of consistent definition, method of computation and data sources for each indicator across the NSS. The need to use common dimensions to define an indicator is to ultimately improve the quality of produced official statistics therefore promoting comparability and transparency of statistical data.