Host of the 22nd National Statistics Month

Opening Ceremony:
Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Closing Ceremony:

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)


Related Events

International Conference on
Millennium Developments Goals (ICMDGS)
October 19-21, 2011














The National Statistics Month (NSM) was first observed in 1990 pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 647 signed by then President Corazon C. Aquino on September 20, 1990, Declaring the Month of October of Every Year as the National Statistics Month.

Theme for the 22nd National Statistics Month

"Quality Social Protection Statistics for Focused Targeting:
Improving Outcomes, Changing Lives"

"Kalidad na Estadistika sa Pangangalagang Panlipunan:
Pagpapahusay ng Gawa, Pagpapaunlad ng Buhay"


arrow List of Winners Announced During the 22nd NSM Opening Ceremony (October 2011) [ 16 KB]1
(posted 18 July 2012)

arrow Search for the Best NSM Activity and Best NSM Region for 2011
(Posted 09 March 2012)

Call for entries [Description: PPT 34 KB]


arrow Calendar of Activities [ 3 MB]

arrow BSP-DepEd Annual Oratorical Contest (NCR)

arrow Philippine Statistical System (PSS) Recognizes Government Agencies and Individuals for Their Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Statistics
(NSCB-PR-201110-NS1-15, Posted 06 October 2011)

arrow 22nd NSM Celebration Highlights Social Protection Statistics
(NSCB-PR-201109-NS1-14, Posted 30 September 2011)

arrow NGP Planting Site Sketch Map [PPT 825 KB]

arrow T-Shirt Color Coding Scheme for the 2011 PSS Tree Planting Activity [ 21 KB]

PSS Tree Planting Activity
Venue: Naval Reserve Base, Ternate, Cavite
Date: October 26, 2011

arrow 22nd National Statistics Month (NSM) Opening Ceremony [ 50 KB]

arrow 22nd NSM Steering Committee and SubCommittees [ 144 KB]

arrow The NSM Awards [ 90 KB]

arrow Poster of the 22nd NSM [ 740 KB]

arrow NSCB Memorandum Circular No. 01-11 [ 204 KB] - Celebration of the 22nd National Statistics Month in October 2011

arrow Call for Partipants

arrow Downloads

Official Mascot of the NSM