IPS3 – Mutual benefits of collaboration between official statisticians and academics
Chair: Stephen Penneck
1. Denise Lievesley
2. Lamine Diop
3. Kerrie Mengersen
4. Ben Kiregyera
5. Conchita Kleijweg
6. Oliver Chinganya
Parallel Sessions #6
Session R1.6 – Panel session
Chair: Sassire Napo
S1.2. Young African Statisticians’ contribution to modernizing statistical systems in Africa
Organizers: Young African Statisticians
1. Edem Kludza
2. Uwamahoro Sandrine
3. Assana Richard Ayizou
4. Fransina Amutenya
Discussant: Kerrie Anderson
Session R2.6 – Panel Session
Chair: Themba Munalula
S1.3. Importance of Subregional statistical organizations
Organizers: Misha Belkindas
1. Konstattin Laykam
2. Paul-Henri Nguema Meye
3. Misha Belkindas
Discussant: Jean Louis Bodin
Session R3.6 –
Chair: Arnoldo Frigessi
C5.12 Joint Bayesian modeling of time to malaria and mosquito abundance in Ethiopia
C5.22 Trends of Respiratory rate change among Under-five pneumonia Admitted patients Follow-Up in Felege-Hiwot General and referral Hospital: A Multivariate Decomposition Analysis
Muluwerk Ayele Derebe
C5.10 Zero Human Rabies Deaths: A One Health approach to rabies elimination in Zambia
C3.16. Individual and Contextual-level factors associated with Well-being among older Adults in Rural Zambia: A multilevel analysis.
Session R4.6 – Panel session
Chair: Reija Helenius
S2.6. Statistics shapes society
Organizer: Statistics Finland
Elisa Falck, Project Coordinator, International Statistical Literacy Project. ‘Challenges and opportunities to promote statistical literacy’.
Karen Bett, Policy Manager, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data.
‘Democratizing data skills in the continent’.
Chikoloma Nakazwe, Program Project Manager, National Public Health Institute. ‘Zambia’s experience in the ISLP school competition’
David Stern, Dr., Mathematical Scientist, Founding Director of IDEMS International.
Session R5.6 –
Chair: Lidija Brković
C5.46 Mortality indicators in international health monitoring – room for improvement from Nordic, European and global perspective?
C5.26 Social determinants of maternal mortality in South Africa: evidence from the Community Survey 2016
C5.28 The root-Gaussian Cox Process for Spatio-Temporal Diseases Mapping with Aggregated Data
C3.14. Beyond stocks and flows: Quantifying migration patterns of recent global developments in official statistics
Anna Sára Ligeti
Session R6.6 –
Chair: Denise Lievesley
The Impact of COVID-19 on Transport and Logistics Operations in Zambia: A Perspective from Firms and Customs Authorities and Agencies.
C5.31 A Cohort Study of COVID-19 Patients: Hawassa University Referral Hospital, Ethiopia
C5.32 The Impact of COVID-19 on Household Food Insecurity: The Case of Household Dietary Diversity and Food Expenditure Share in Zambia
Chitalu Miriam Chama-Chiliba
Session R7.6 –
Chair: Macdonald G. Obudho
C5.43 Small area estimation of zone level malnutrition among under five children in Ethiopia
Kindie Fentahun Muchie
C5.44 Understanding suicidal tendencies among Namibian adolescents: A structural Equation Model
C5.45 The Effect of Delayed Treatment on Survival of Breast Cancer Patients at Cancer Diseases Hospital, Lusaka, Zambia: A Retrospective Cohort Study
C4.5. Operating large-scale micro databases with public and private data sources.
Plenary – Closing Session & Key outcomes.
Remarks, Mulenga JJ Musepa, Statistician General, Zambia Statistics Agency
Chair : Misha Belkindas
1. Dominik Rozkrut
2. Graciela Márquez Colín
3. Oliver Chinganya
4. Promotional video, 64th World Statistics Congress
5. Closing remarks: Felix Nkulukusa, Secretary to Tresury