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Assessment of the SDG Indicators

In the Philippines, the assessment of the SDG indicators was conducted through series of technical workshop and bilateral meetings with the SDG Assessment Matrix as its primary output, which includes the following information:
  • Tier classification based on the national perspective

    • Tier 1 - indicators with established methodology, regularly collected

    • Tier 2 - indicators with established methodology, data not regularly collected

    • Tier 3 - indicators with no established methodology, methodologies are being developed/tested

  • Available levels of disaggregation, whether the indicator is available at the:

    • National

    • Regional

    • Provincial

    • By Sex

    • Other disaggregation available

  • Latest available data

  • Frequency of data collection

    • Monthly

    • Quarterly

    • Annual

    • Every 2 years

    • Every 3 years

    • Every 5 years

    • Irregular

  • Source/s of data

    • Data Compiler

    • Basic Data Provider

  • Accountable organization for the achievement of the indicator

  • Relevance of the indicator, whether it is included in PDP or not included in the PDP

  • Priority of generating the indicator for tier 2 and 3 indicators

  • References

  • Remarks

The assessment made on the availability of the SDG indicators in the Philippines showed that out of 244 indicators, 102 indicators were classified as Tier 1 indicators, 55 indicators were Tier 2 indicators, 74 were Tier 3 indicators, and 13 indicators were not applicable to the country.
Tier Classification of Indicators at the National Level
Among the Tier 1 indicators, around 32% will be sourced from PSA surveys, censuses and administrative data, 67% will be sourced from the surveys and administrative data of other government agencies and 1% will be sourced from the data of the International Agencies.
Existing Sources of SDG Indicators in the Philippines