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Regional Statistical Development Program

Regional Statistical Development Program-Davao Region

The Regional Statistical Development Program (RSDP) is a mechanism for setting the directions, thrusts and priorities of the Regional Statistical System (RSS). It identifies priority statistical development activities which will generate local level data and resolve statistical issues at the local level. The RSDP is a regional version of the Philippine Statistical Development Program (PSDP) which is an accompanying document of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP).

The 2018-2023 RSDP aligns with the thrust of the Davao Regional Development Program (DRDP) along with its accompanying documents the Davao Regional Investment Program and the Regional Results Matrices (RMs) which is anchored to Duterte administration’s 0-10 point socio-economic agenda and the 2030 SDGs and geared towards the realization of the Ambisyon 2040.

The formulation of the RSDP guides the regional statistical system in the identification and prioritization of statistical programs, projects and activities at the subnational level. A framework for generating and disseminating statistics and indicators needed in policy statement, development planning and decision-making by various stakeholders and data users in the region. It lays down to the formulation of a solid, comprehensive, responsive, attainable quality statistical products and services for the medium term.    

The Regional Statistics Committee (RSC) serves as the steering committee in the formulation of the RSDP while the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is responsible in the overall coordination and organization of the activities, and serves as the secretariat of the RSC.