UN Recommendations GCC Decision of the Supreme Council
Decision of the Supreme Council At its twenty-second - Muscat 2001 Census standardized for the GCC in 2010 Decision of the Supreme Council At its twenty-second - Muscat 2010 Supreme Council of the Gulf, has considered the recommendations of the Ministerial Council at its eighty-first preparatory round approving the recommendation of the Committee for Planning and Development at its tenth meeting on the standardization of time periods for general censuses in the countries of the Council, and to achieve the integration of statistical activities of the GCC countries and the cost savings, and has decided that: “Each of the Member States should conduct census in 2010, and standardize periods of general censuses to be held in every ten years. ”
... Census date in Bahrain………. The first Gulf state & The fourth Arab state to have census 1941 1950 1959 1965 1971 1981 1991 2001 2010
Make use of the database of the Central Population Registry and of various government agencies to extract the required data for the general census. Estimates for the indicators which are not available in the database are obtained through a sample survey.
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Central Population Register was established in 1984 Based on 1981 census data. The establishment of the Governmental network in 1994. Linking more than 300 government websites with government network. Placement of security systems and ensuring confidentiality in the government network. Decision of the Council of Ministers to Standardize the instruments, concepts, definitions and classifications in 2009. Determine the ownership of the data in different sectors. Readiness of the Systems in the government sectors. Develop a mechanism to update the population Register data as part of the working procedures in government sectors. The availability of the infrastructure of database
Census Municipalities Agriculture Tabulation Geographic Information System Electricity & Water Authority Nationality, Passport & Residency M/O Justice LMRA M/O Health Central Population Register Census Data Sources- Ministries … Commercial Registration Social Insurance & Pension M/O industry & Commerce M/O Social Development Housing and buildings Labour Market Authority
Central Informatics organisation (CIO) Ministry of Justice Ministry of Health Ministry of Social Development Nationality, Passports and Residence Social Insurance Organization Labour Market Regulatory Authority Ministry of industry & Commerce Ministry of Education Ministry of Municipalities and Ministry of Electricity Basic data of the population (Age,Sex, Name, Address, Religion…etc) Marital Status Vital Statistics Disabilities Nationality Duration of residence Manpower Establishments Economic Activity of establishments Enrollment Education Level Educational Attainment The type of occupancy and ownership of buildings, housing and Establishments
Establishments Census Central Informatics organisation (CIO) Ministry of industry & Commerce WorkersNon- commercial records Commercial records Commercial records and Non- commercial Tables Establishments frame
Compared to the databases with the census requirements of the United Nations, General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the League of Arab States. Determine the variables to be completed in the census database. Finalise definitions and classifications between sources. Update the database of census data from the databases of government sectors on a regular basis. Revise and create the Central Population Registry database, after obtaining the updated information from other Ministries.
Retrieve the data from the revised Central Population Registry database. Completion of the census data from other government sectors. sample survey in households for variables that needs to be supplemented (by telephone communications and field visits) Extraction and validation of results. Putting the census in public arena.
publish census results November 2010 Census databases population record database Create a population record database Census2010 sample population record 1 2 3 4 5 Programs/ collaboration with other data agencies. Readiness of the hardware Survey Management Data Management & reports... pilot run 27 / 12 / 2009 27 / 01 / 2010 27 / 02 / 2010 27 / 03 / 2010 Census day 27 / 04 / 2010 Validating the census data and preparation of tables The Mechanism action to implement the census
Beginning Retrieve the data Central Population Registry Copy of the data Validated data Vital records Analyze the data General Errors Can be corrected in the office Yes Team field No Verification of the data Census team Updated population registry data manually Records team Updated population registry data automatically No Yes Revise and create the Population Registry database Operations Central Population team census team Operations
Objective Collect information required for the census, in respect of the data which are not available in administrative records. Evaluation of data on household size, current employment status & highest educational level achieved for their accuracy. Steps About 15000 families has been selected from the Central Population Registry database as a framework for a sample survey that covered Bahraini, non-Bahraini and collective households. Each governorate was a stratum. Samples were proportionally allocated to each substratum of Bahraini, non- Bahraini and collective households. Samples were selected in a systematic manner after arranging the households as per their size.
Coordinator field work 280 Researchers 140 teams 4 teams for each supervisor Director of the call Centre Field works Chief of Operations 15,000 Household supervisors field 35 Registered field 2 2 supervisor of the call Centre Quality 2 Hotline 4 3 (Technical Support, Systems development Customer Services) 28 staff for call center Call center
1.Indicate that the household composition surveyed is different from the data base on the day of enumeration. Some cases were found to be like: Addition of servants who were not issued with a personal number. Some individuals move to another address housing, without informing & changing the address with the CPR. 2. Show that the number of households in house as per the survey is different from the number of households in actual census. 3. Collective households have been changed to private households. 4. Show that some of the characteristics of education and the workforce for some individuals in survey is different from what the actual census is recorded such as employees or temporary staff who have not been modified their records for the time of enumeration.
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