5 October 2020 | Briefing note
During the week of August 22nd, and for seven days, an online Redatam workshop was held for the Caribbean countries. This was organized jointly by CELADE-Population Division of UN ECLAC and the Regional Office of UN ECLAC for the Caribbean. There were 26 participants (15 women and 11 men) from the National Statistical Offices of 12 Caribbean countries: Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, and Suriname.
3 April 2020 | Briefing note
Due the health contingency we face today because of COVID-19 we have redesigned the workshop and changed the traditional teaching modality to a completely virtual one, from Tuesday 5 to Wednesday May 13, 2020. The virtual modality implies changes in the teaching methodology, that is how this new 7-day course will be only three hours per day at a time that will accommodate all the participants. This course focus on the processing of population and housing censuses, using Redatam, in order to learn the software and explore the potential of censuses to obtain specific indicators for monitoring the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs.
10 February 2020 | Briefing note
Similar to other REDATAM applications, that for the Montserrat census provides basic tabulations such as frequency tables and cross-tabulations as well as thematic indicators for census topics such as education, employment, health, disability and housing. These indicators are all available for output in the form of tables, graphs or maps.
28 January 2020 | Briefing note
CELADE invites all Redatam users to a new course/workshop to be held between April 20 and 24, 2020, in Santiago, Chile. On this occasion, the course will focus on the processing and analysis of population and housing censuses databases, using Redatam, to obtain specific indicators for the follow-up of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals- SDG. In turn, like the year 2019, the course will be offered in two modalities of participation: Face-to-face in the ECLAC classrooms and Simultaneous Streaming/Webex via the internet.