On The Classification Of Nezisk. Institutions For The Household (Cz-Copni)

Original Language Title: o Klasifikaci služeb nezisk. institucí pro domácnosti (CZ-COPNI)

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497/2003 Coll.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



The Czech Statistical Office



of 18 July 2003. December 2003



on the issue of the classification of the services of non-profit institutions serving

households by purpose (CZ-COPNI)



Change: 358/2006 Sb.



The Czech Statistical Office, pursuant to section 19, paragraph. 2 of the law No. 89/1995 Coll., on

the national statistical service, as amended, issued with the

effect from 1. January 2004 Classification of non-profit institutions

serving households by purpose (hereinafter referred to as "the classification CZ-COPNI").



CZ-COPNI is identical with Classifications of nonprofit services

institutions serving households by purpose, which was introduced

measures of the CSO of 9 June. August 2000 (published in the amount of 89/2000 Coll.).



The valid wording of the classification CZ-COPNI is available in book and

electronic form, in the Department of information of the Czech Statistical Service

the Office of the Director, 81, 100 82 Prague 10 and on the website

The CSO at www.czso.cz. The publication is also available at:, SIAK

s r. o., Božena Němcová 451, 760 01 Zlín.



Chairman:



Ing. Fischer, PhD. in r.



The classification of the services of non-profit institutions serving households

(CZ-COPNI)



The methodological part of the CZ-COPNI



Introduction



The Czech Statistical Office, CZECH STATISTICAL OFFICE's communication of 18 February 2004. December 2003

effect from 1. January 2004 (Gazette no 497/2003, the amount of 160)

The classification of the services of non-profit institutions serving households by

purpose-CZ-COPNI (hereinafter referred to as classification CZ-COPNI), which is intended

in particular, for the purposes of the survey, and the international

comparison of statistical data Classification CZ-COPNI is drawn up on the

the basis of the international classification of COPNI-Classification of the Purposes

of the non-profit Institutions Serving Households (CZ is the national version of the

international standard COPNI). COPNI is one of four functional

Classification (the other three are the classification COICOP, COFOG and COPP)

approved (updated version) the Statistical Commission of the United

Nations in March 1999 and intended for use in the system of national accounts

(SNA) ^ 1). Communication of the Czech Statistical Office's classification CZ-COPNI

updated with effect from 1. September 2006 (Gazette No. 358/2006,

the amount of the 111).



Subject classification CZ-COPNI



The subject classification CZ-COPNI Classification of services is, in principle, the expenditure respectively.

non-profit institutions households by purpose. According to the practice are

all consumer expenditure of non-profit institutions serving households

(hereinafter referred to as the expenditure of NPISHS) ^ 2) in SNA 1993 considered as individual

consumption. The main purpose of use classification CZ-COPNI is classified

expenditure of NPISHS are identified the same way as the purpose of the expenditure

individual consumption by households (CZ-COICOP) ^ 3) and governmental institutions

(CZ-COFOG) ^ 4). The aim is to obtain a summary of the current individual consumption

households.



The expenditure classification CZ-COPNI covers



Table 1 lists the types of expenditure of NPISHS corresponding transactions SNA, which

in principle, can be classified according to the classification CZ-COPNI.

Transactions shall mean any transfer of property or property rights.

Among the indispensable transaction belongs capital and current transfers,

final consumption expenditure and net acquisition (increment) of the financial

the asset. The code must therefore be allocated for example. for each purchase, the payment of

wages, transfer, payment of the loans and other income and expenditure under the

the functions that the transactions are used. For the ability to specify "expenditure on

the final (final) consumption "is, however, necessary that every expense

the transaction has been assigned to the revenue. The main emphasis is put on the

classification of final consumption expenditure (P3), of which, when converted into

CZ-COICOP, section 13, is it possible to get the actual final

household consumption (or actual individual consumption).



tab 1

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Expenditure Transaction code SNA 1993

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Expenditure on final consumption (final), of them ^ ^ 5): P3

-The production consumption P2

-Compensation of employees-the reward for the work of the D1

-K1 consumption of fixed capital

-minus the revenues from sales of P11

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P5 gross capital

Subsidies (subsidies) D3

D4 property income

Social benefits other than social transfers

in kind D62

Other current transfers, D7

D9 capital transfers

Securities other than shares of the F3

Loan, loans F4

Shares and other F5

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Principles for the identification of the features classification CZ-COPNI



CZ-COPNI classifies the individual expenditure in principle

non-profit institutions serving households (NPISHs) according to the purpose,

which is used. Most of the expenditure of NPISHS has one purpose and can be undoubtedly

in the classification of CZ-COPNI defined clearly. If the expenditure is NPISHS

defined in the broader concept and meets two or more functions (e.g. for

hospitals, schools established by religious organizations or

organizing religious ceremonies), it is necessary to always specify a separate

Unit for each function. If you cannot find this drive to determine or

an estimate of the corresponding to each function, then the expenditure as a whole must NPISHS

be assigned for this purpose, which prevails under the employment or

of the total expenditure.



An exception from the above form the funds of the Foundation and charitable institutions,

covering capital research and scientific studies in two or more

features. Expenditure on these studies can be defined separately by

competent, not according to the predominant feature.



Binding effect and use classification CZ-COPNI



CZ-COPNI is binding for the statistical surveys carried out by the

According to law No. 89/1995 Coll., on State statistical service, and also in the

cases, where provided for by a special law or other legislative

prescription.



COPNI Classification CZ-can also be used to facilitate international

comparison of activities of NPISHS. The activity of non-profit institutions are an important

Supplement to the expenditure of the Government in the provision of educational and

health services and related services, in particular with the protection of

of the population. The consumption expenditure of NPISHS may also become the prevailing in the

non-traditional areas, such as the protection of the environment, the protection of

human rights and the defence of minority groups.



CZ-COPNI is suitable also to compare expenditure on traditional

the function and the newly introduced expenditure purposes.



It can be used to build satellite account, according to the methodology

The UNITED NATIONS, because the classification CZ-COPNI include some of IT services

sector 11, which serves the same purpose as the NPISHS sector 15

(Classification of institutional sectors and subsectors) ^ 8).



The design of classification CZ-COPNI



Classification CZ-COPNI is three-tiered and for each degree is

provided this description:



1. degree-section-is marked by a two-digit code.



2. and 3. degree-group and class progresses one place after the decimal,

This means that the code numbers on the third classification level are

the four-digit.



COPNI Classification CZ-is made up of 9 sections, 26 groups and 54 classes.



The numeric code is constructed as follows:



1 2. 3.4

--- -- --

XX x x

--- -- --

| | |

1. the degree of

section

--| | |

2. the degree of

Group

-------| |

3. the degree of

class

------------|



Related international classification



The classification of the services of non-profit institutions serving households by

purpose-COPNI is one of the four functional classifications (for more

COFOG, COICOP classification, COPP) in the system of national accounts (SNA)

in 1993.



The four classifications have been created to classify transactions: non-profit

institutions serving households (NPISHS), government institutions and producers.

The result of these transactions, the money (paid out or having to be

paid) for the acquisition of operational and investment products, or for

work or other services to the obtaining of financial assets or

repayment of financial obligations.



-COICOP is used to classify the expenditure of one species-individual

consumption: households, NPISHS and Government institutions serving households.



COPNI and COFOG-are used to classify transactions including

on final consumption, intermediate consumption, gross capital gain

and to the classification of capital and current transfers to NPISHS, reported in

and Government institutions.



-COPP is used to classify intermediate consumption, capital spending

(financial and non-financial) of individual companies and businesses.



Functional classifications are mutually related and their affinity is

associated also with other international classifications, which are

specially the subject of interest of COICOP, COPNI and COFOG. Common to all three

classifications is the international standard classification of education

1997 (ISCED-97) ^ 6) once established class-education not definable

According to the level. This class is therefore included in the above three again
classifications. COPNI Classification as related in the Institute was

John Hopkins University for the study of management developed by the international

classification of non-profit organizations (ICNPO) ^ 7). It consists of 12 main

groups such as culture and recreation, education and research, health,

Social protection, the environment, religion, etc., that are

similar to sections COPNI. ICNPO classification is distinguished in particular by

represents more than the classification of the activities of the classification by purpose. In

the classification of the ICNPO. all research included in one subgroup,

in COPNI is divided according to the purpose which it serves. Data classified

According to the ICNPO would need to be adapted for the option convert to COPNI.



Note:

CZ-COFOG, COICOP and the CZ-CZ-COPNI are already in place for us. With

the introduction of the fourth classification of COPP, meanwhile, does not count.



Common functionality



Table 2 lists some of the socio-economic objectives, which are

common to two or more of the above classifications (marked with X).



the designation "X" means that the function is identified in the classification,

because it is considered important for inclusion in the appropriate

institutional sector ^ 8); the indication "-" indicates that the feature is not

identified in the classification, because this sector is not

important or it is expected that its value will be quantitatively

insignificant.



The identified features in these classifications are those that are in the

recent years are considered important for both countries and for the

the individual country. For the next years is assumed some of the functions

can be replaced by others, which now are not yet foreseen.

Common to all international classifications remain the need

customize the functional classification of national requirements and at the same time

be revised in such a way as to include the changed circumstances.



table 2



Examples of functions that are common to more than one classification



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Features of Households non-profit institutions government institutions and Companies

COICOP COFOG, the individual companies serving households

COPNI (manufacturers)

COPP

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Health X X X X

Recreation X X X X

Culture X X X X

Training X X X X

Social protection (care) X X X X

Environmental protection-X X X

Research and development-X X X

Housing X X X-

Right X-X X

Communications X-X X

Assistance in disaster-X X-

Economic aid abroad-X X-

Religion-X X-

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In the system of national accounts (SNA) from 1993, are the criteria used

sorting by "purpose" and "function" interchangeable (sorting by

"subject matter" was used in the SNA of 1968).



The three sorting criteria is used to express the same meaning-i.e..

socio-economic objectives they want to achieve the selected drive

through various types of expenditure.



The explanatory notes to the classification of the CZ-COPNI



The explanatory notes to the classification of the CZ-COPNI (referred to in part IV.) for easier

orientation when hashing contain substantive and direct definition definition

to the classes of the classification (4 places). Services may not be

comprehensive, but clearly specifies, where relatives not mentioned services belong.



An overview of the sections of the classification CZ-COPNI



1. Housing



2. Health



3. Recreation and culture



4. Education



5. Social Welfare



6. Religion



7. Political parties, trade unions and professional organisations



8. Environmental protection



9. Services n.e.c.



The systematic part of the CZ-COPNI

The systematic part classification CZ-COPNI



01 HOUSING



01.0 Housing

01.0.1 the common management of housing

01.0.2 Lease relations

01.0.9 other services related to the housing market



02 HEALTH



02.1 Pharmaceuticals and medical devices

02.1.1 Pharmaceuticals

02.1.2 Other health products

02.1.3 Therapeutic and prosthetic devices



02.2 Outpatient health care

02.2.1 Outpatient medical care

02.2.2 Outpatient dental care

02.2.3 Outpatient health care other



02.3 Constitutional health care

02.3.0 Constitutional health care



02.4 public health services

02.4.0 public health services



02.5 research and development in the field of health

02.5.0 research and development in the field of health



02.6 Other health services

02.6.0 Other medical services



03 recreation and culture



03.1 recreational and sporting services

03.1.1 Sports Services

03.1.2 fishing and hunting

03.1.3 Promotion of extracurricular activities

03.1.9 other recreational services



03.2 cultural services

03.2.1 Art

03.2.2 Media, information and publishing

03.2.3 Preservation of cultural values

03.2.9 Other cultural services



04 EDUCATION



04.1 pre-primary and primary education

04.1.1 Pre-primary education

04.1.2 primary education



04.2 Secondary education

04.2.1 Secondary general education

04.2.2 Secondary vocational education



04.3 post-secondary non-tertiary education

04.3.0 post-secondary non-tertiary education



04.4 tertiary education

04.4.0 tertiary education



04.5 Education not definable by level

04.5.1 environmental education

04.5.9 Other education not definable by level



04.6 research and development in the field of education

04.6.0 research and development in the field of education



04.7 Other educational services

04.7.1 support for education

04.7.2-school education of children and youth

04.7.9 Other education services n.e.c.



05 SOCIAL CARE



05.1 Services of social care

05.1.1 social care with accommodation

05.1.2 social care without accommodation



05.2 research and development in the field of social care

05.2.0 research and development in the field of social care



06 RELIGION



06.0 Religion

06.0.0 Religion



7 POLITICAL PARTIES, trade unions and PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATIONS



07.1 Services of political parties

07.1.0 Services of political parties



07.2 Services trade unions

07.2.0 Services trade unions



07.3 Service professional organizations

07.3.0 the services of professional organisations



08 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION



08.1 environmental protection services

08.1.1 the protection of the flora and landscape

08.1.2 protection of fauna

08.1.9 Other environmental protection services



08.2 Research and development in the field of environmental protection

08.2.0 Research and development in the field of environmental protection



09 SERVICES N.E.C.



09.1 other services

09.1.1 fire protection and other assistance in crisis

(09.1.2) Local and regional development

09.1.3 protection of human rights

Legal Services and similar 09.1.4 help

09.1.5 humanitarian aid to other countries

09.1.6 Friendship and understanding between peoples

Services of economic unions 09.1.7

09.1.8 Services of protection of domestic animals

09.1.9 other services n.e.c.



09.2 research and development in the area of services, not elsewhere specified

09.2.0 research and development in the area of services, not elsewhere specified



Explanatory Notes En-COPNI



Abbreviations used:



Of-includes the

means that the group. class includes the services listed COPNI;

services may not be exhaustive.



ZT-also includes

means that the group. class-in addition to the services referred to COPNI

in the name or acronym of also includes other related services.



N-does not include the

means that the group. class GB-COPNI does not control provided by

the services listed below this abbreviation. In this case, it is indicated in parentheses

code CZ-COPNI, where the item falls under.



Note:

not elsewhere specified indicates the category of the functions "that are not classified

elsewhere "and cannot be assigned to groups or classes of that

section (this is the data that cannot be separated by function)



01 HOUSING



01.0 HOUSING



01.0.1 the common management of housing



From: service to NPISHS:



-construction, reconstruction and modernization of housing



-Administration and maintenance of the housing stock



01.0.2 Lease relations



From: service to NPISHS:



the provision of housing through rent



01.0.9 other services related to the housing market



From: service to NPISHS concerning, e.g.:



-providing financial support for the acquisition of housing



-legal awareness-raising actions in the area of housing



02 HEALTH



From: service to NPISHS:



-General and specialized institutional care (hospitals, specialist

therapeutic institutes, institutes for long-term patients-LDN, sanatoria

and ozdravovnách, the Spa sanatorium, infant institutions and children's

the homes until the age of three years the child, hospices, etc.)



-health care, including outpatient care in the guestbook service



-rehabilitation center, in which the predominant subject of activity is
the provision of health care for patients and not long-term social

care



-voluntary organisations, medical staff and ambulances crews

performing emergency medical services



-organisations in the public, promote healthy lifestyles and

health education



-organizations that provide health care services to the victims of war, hunger and

natural disasters in their own country or abroad



-organizations that addresses the scientific and research tasks and carry out scientific

studies in the field of medicine and health, including trust funds, or

charitable organizations that finance such activities



-charitable funds, which provide financial support to hospitals,

private sanatoriím, medicine, etc. (and patients)



ZT: hospitals, private nursing homes, doctor's offices, etc., financed by the

religious organisations



N: retirement homes and similar institutions for old and nepřizpůsobivé

citizens (05.1.1), hostels for the homeless (05.1.1)



02.1 PHARMACEUTICALS and medical devices



From: service to NPISHS:



medicines, prostheses, medical appliances, equipment and other products

health related, intended for consumption or use outside the

medical facility or institution and are individuals or

households obtained on prescription (voucher) or without prescription

Regulation (the voucher) in medical care facilities, pharmacies and device dispensaries

or from suppliers of medical equipment and medical

techniques



N: pharmaceuticals. other health care funds provided to patients

directly in an outpatient or inpatient treatment, doctors or health

Experts (02.2) or (02.3)



02.1.1 Pharmaceuticals



From: service to NPISHS:



Pharmaceuticals-pharmaceutical substances or mixtures and other medicinal products

(referred to in the current pharmacopoeia), for example. brand-name medicines, serums, vaccines



ZT: vitamins and minerals, cod liver oil and halibut liver oil, contraceptive

products served by mouth, etc.



02.1.2 Other health products



From: service to NPISHS:



provision of medical products, such as:



-bandages, plasters



-medical textile goods (elastic stockings, knee pads

etc.)



-medical thermometers, syringes



-first-aid kits, hot-water bottles, bags of ice and

termosáčky



-pregnancy tests



-condoms and other mechanical contraceptive devices



-similar health products



02.1.3 Therapeutic and prosthetic devices



From: services relating to the provision of NPISHS: therapeutic and prosthetic

resources, such as:



-eyeglasses and contact lenses, hearing aids, glass eyes



-orthopaedic corsets and supports, artificial limbs and other prosthetic devices



-orthopaedic footwear, surgical belts, trusses



-medical massage equipment and irradiation lamps



-wheelchairs, wheelchairs, with or without the engine, engine lifters

crutches



-electronic and other devices to monitor blood pressure



ZT: dentures without the price per test and adjustment, repair and maintenance of medical

and prosthetic devices



N: the lending of therapeutic and prosthetic devices (02.2.3)



02.2 OUTPATIENT HEALTH CARE



From: medical, dental and other health care services provided by the

outpatient doctors, dentists, medium medical

staff, health professionals and assistants-; services may be

provided in separate surgeries, health centres, in

poliklinikách (the unionized outpatient facilities) or in an outpatient

part of the hospitals, including visiting services in the homes of patients, or

in other nezdravotnických devices



ZT: pharmaceuticals and other medical devices (including dental)

used directly in the provision of out-patient health care



N: the health care provided to patients in institutional care (02.3)



02.2.1 Outpatient medical care



From: service to NPISHS:



L medical care provided to patients in separate outpatient

facilities or in out-patient facilities, including parts of the constitutional

medical care in the guestbook service



ZT:



-medical first aid service (LSPP)



-services of specialists orthodontics (straightening teeth)



-Radiology, cardiology and other tests to be carried out directly by doctors



-pre-hospital emergency medical care



N:



-services of medical analysis laboratories and

radiological centres (02.2.3)



-services of experts of traditional medicine (02.2.3)



-outpatient dental care (02.2.2)



-outpatient care provided by medium-sized medical

staff (02.2.3)



02.2.2 Outpatient dental care



From: service to NPISHS:



dental care provided by dentists, dental technicians and

Dental laboratory technicians



ZT: the costs of tests, modifications and installation of artificial teeth



N:



-dentures (02.1.3)



-services of specialists orthodontics (02.2.1)



-services of medical analysis laboratories and

radiological centres (02.2.3)



02.2.3 Outpatient health care other



From: service to NPISHS:



Zdr

health care provided by the medical staff patients Middle

or professionals-health in separate facilities and in outpatients

out-patient parts of the constitutional device; These include for example:



-services of medical analysis laboratories and services

radiological centres



-the services of physiotherapists, speech therapists, psychologists, chiropractors, etc.



-women's health, Pediatric, geriatric nurses and midwives

midwives



-medically prescribed therapy and rehabilitation, including home health

care and remedial exercises



-hydrotherapy, or the thermal baths for ambulatory patients



-lending of therapeutic and prosthetic AIDS



-health care in sobering-up stations, emergency service provided by

Middle medical personnel



ZT: ambulance services other than Hospital (right of the sick,

the wounded, at childbirth), services of experts-nelékařů traditional medicine

(acupuncture, etc.)



N:



-services of public health laboratories (02.4.0)



-laboratories aimed at determining the causes of disease (02.5.0)



02.3 CONSTITUTIONAL HEALTH CARE



Constitutional health care is health care provided to hospitalized

patients. Hospitalization is the location of the patient whose medical condition

requires a treatment regimen in a systematic vocational supervision, in establishments

Constitutional health care (hospital, specialized therapeutic Institute, etc.)

including catering.



From: service to NPISHS:



-hospital care provided in hospitals, specialised therapeutic

institutions (including the rehabilitation institutions, psychiatric hospitals, etc.),

a sanatorium for long-term patients in hospices, sanatoria,

ozdravovnách and Spa sanatorium, where the predominant subject

activity is the provision of health care to patients, and no long-term

social care



children's health-care clinics, maternity hospitals, sanatoria (

adult patients), convalescent homes (serving children), provided by the

primarily to hospitalized patients



-hospitals for long-term sick-establishments of institutional care for

the provision of specialized care focused on nursing and

rehabilitation care including the services of other nursing institutions

caring for old people (the predominant subject of activity for these

hospitals is the provision of health care to patients and not provide

long-term social care)



-rehabilitation institutes and centers providing health care and

rehabilitation treatment of hospitalized patients



02.3.0 Constitutional health care



From: service to NPISHS:



Department of Anaesthesiology and intensive care-(State of acute failure

life functions)



-intensive care (for the status of the acute danger to life

functions)



-the standard of medical care during the acute illness or an acute deterioration in the

chronic illness or condition



-the planned training of health care requiring hospitalization



-long-term care after mastering the acute State



-medical rehabilitation on the bed



-health care in specialised therapeutic institutes (OLÚ)



-health care in the Spa sanatorium



-Nursing health care



ZT:



-dental services provided to hospitalized patients



-the transport of sanitními cars (such as the hospital service)



-administrative costs, accommodation, meals



-the cost of the nelékařský staff (such as comprehensive hospital service)



-the provision of medicines and medical devices to hospitalized

patients



N:



-services of medical equipment, such as doctor's offices, clinics, and

the infirmary, which focus on ambulatory care patients (02.2)



-services of the homes for the elderly, institutions for disabled persons and

rehabilitation center, where the predominant subject of activity is

the provision of long-term social care and no health care (05.1)



02.4 PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES



02.4.0 public health services



From: service to NPISHS:



-care about the living and working conditions
-the preparation and dissemination of information on public health

Affairs, planned parenthood, etc.



-the activities of the blood bank (collection, processing, storage and transport)



-the prevention of the emergence and spread of infectious diseases (TB, sexually

communicable diseases, AIDS, etc.) -vaccination and immunization



-the prevention of and measures against the abuse of addictive substances (drugs, alcohol

etc.)



-verification of the conservation conditions of public health collection

epidemiological data, etc.



-monitoring of children (infant nutrition, child health)



N:



-medical laboratories carrying out the analyses (02.2.3)



-laboratories aimed at determining the causes of disease (02.5.0)



02.5 research and development in the FIELD of HEALTH



02.5.0 research and development in the field of health



From: service to NPISHS:



organizations conducting targeted research and experimental development

related to medicine and health



ZT: laboratory focused on determining the causes of disease



02.6 OTHER HEALTH SERVICES



02.6.0 Other medical services



From: services relating to health and NPISHS other than those mentioned under (02.1.1) to (02.5.0),

where the predominant subject of activity is the provision of health care



03 recreation and culture



03.1 recreational and sporting services



03.1.1 Sports Services



From: service to NPISHS:



-clubs for growing mainframe sports or sports in the wild

including sports competitions



-fitness centres, clubs, sailing, rowing, canoe,

Speleological, climbing, skydiving, akvalungových,

hang-gliding, etc.



-organizations that provide funding or other support for the participation of

athletes and players in international competitions or in support of sports

the activities of the



03.1.2 fishing and hunting



From: Association of hunters and fishermen



ZT:



-expenditure on fish ponds or booked game (pheasantry, etc.)



-other matters and services related to hunting, for example. the capture

game



-bodies and organizational services that disseminate information and compiled

statistics on fishing and game hunting



03.1.3 Promotion of extracurricular activities



From: service to NPISHS:



-clubs and organisations for young people, such as the Boy Scouts, young tourists

including heads of sections



-clubs for activities in the wild, such as the General tourism,

hiking



-Association of artists, lovers, car veterans,

philatelists, collectors of antiques



-the Association of breeders of domestic animals, beekeepers, hunters of birds and butterflies

etc.



-shelters and hospitals for animals, veterinary services for small home

animals



-interest groups and associations to promote extracurricular activities



03.1.9 other recreational services



From: service to NPISHS:



-social clubs, such as the Association of veterans, Lion's Club, the Rotary

Club, etc.



-clubs for casual games indoor or outdoor, games

of skill, etc.



-interest groups and associations to promote recreational activities



03.2 CULTURAL SERVICES



03.2.1 Art



From: service to NPISHS: Theatre and dance groups, orchestras,

choirs, choirs and ensembles, etc., that run live

performances (games, operas, ballets, music etc.)



03.2.2 Media, information and publishing



From: service to NPISHS: television and radio broadcasting, dissemination

information and communication, publishing services



03.2.3 Preservation of cultural values



From: service to NPISHS:



-libraries, museums and art galleries



-associations with a focus on the preservation of historical monuments and visits,

war cemeteries, Zoological and botanical gardens, and aquariums



03.2.9 Other cultural services



From: service to NPISHS:



-historical, literary, humanistic and philosophical societies



-photographic, film clubs and art



-fan-clubs of actors, singers, film stars and other performers



-interest groups and associations to promote cultural activities



N: the Association of promoting alternative lifestyles (07.1.0)



04 EDUCATION



From: service to NPISHS:



-provision of preprimárního and primary education (preschool education

and the school providing 1. stage of basic education)



-the provision of lower secondary education (schools providing lower

secondary education, or 2. stage of basic education)



-providing higher general secondary or vocational

education



-the provision of post-secondary education lower than tertiary

(schools providing follow-up training, etc.)



-universities, colleges, etc. providing tertiary education (higher

Professional, undergraduate, undergraduate)



-organisations educational programs by indefinable

the level of



-the Association of teachers and parents, etc.



-the organization carrying out research or other scientific studies related

with education, trust and the charitable funds raised, therefore,

to finance this activity



-charitable funds, which provide support to schools, colleges,

universities, etc. and charitable funds, which provide scholarships and

financial aid to students



ZT:



-school operated by non-governmental bodies for disabled citizens

providing mainly general education rather than providing training

to integrate into society



-evening schools and educational institutions run by the Trade Union

organisations and associations



-seminars, and faculty for training páterů, pastors, priests, rabbis and

other official religious organizations



-education through radio and television broadcasting



N:



-asylum homes for children in need (05.1.1)



-the equipment operated by non-governmental organisations for the disabled

citizens, mainly providing training to integration into society, and

rather than providing a general education (05.1.1)



Division of educational services is based on the basis of the level of education according to the

The international standard classification of education from the year l997 (ISCED-97).

Translation of ISCED-97 prepared by Institute for information on education in

1999. The publication is for each level of education ISCED indicated the corresponding

the education obtained in the Czech Republic.



04.1 pre-primary and primary education



04.1.1 Pre-primary education



From: the level of ISCED-97 0-pre-primary education



04.1.2 primary education



From: level 1 ISCED-97-the first stage of basic education (1.-5.

year of PRIMARY SCHOOL)



04.2 SECONDARY EDUCATION



04.2.1 Secondary general education



From: level 2 ISCED-97-the second stage of basic education (6-9.

year of PRIMARY SCHOOL) level 3 of ISCED-97-education at secondary schools

(high school)



ZT: courses for supplementing elementary education



04.2.2 Secondary vocational education



From: level 3 of ISCED-97-education in secondary vocational schools

(secondary vocational school, secondary school, a vocational school and

appropriate training on special schools)



ZT: further education of adults and young people at secondary level



04.3 POST-SECONDARY NON-TERTIARY EDUCATION



04.3.0 post-secondary non-tertiary education



From: level 4 of ISCED-97-post-secondary non-tertiary education,

following the end of upper secondary education (discontinued

the final or GCSE); This is for example. on the follow-up

the study, retraining courses, etc.



ZT: extracurricular education for adults after the previous completion

education level 3 of ISCED-97



04.4 TERTIARY EDUCATION



04.4.0 tertiary education



From: ISCED level 5-6 ISCED 97 and level-97-first stage of tertiary

Education (education, which does not point directly to the scientific qualifications,

i.e.. study on higher vocational schools, in higher grades

conservatories, Bachelor and master studies in high schools) and

second stage of tertiary education (i.e. education, which faces

directly to the scientific qualifications, for example. to obtain a PhD. previously, CSc.,

DRSC.)



04.5 EDUCATION NOT DEFINABLE by LEVEL



04.5.1 environmental education



From: educational programs from the environment for schools

educators, and the public



04.5.9 Other education not definable by level



From: educational programs designed especially for adults, which do not require

any special previous training (e.g. vocational training, language

teaching and cultural development)



04.6 research and development in the FIELD of EDUCATION



04.6.0 research and development in the field of education



From: services of certain entities targeted research related to NPISHS and

experimental development in the field of education



04.7 OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES



04.7.1 support for education



From: service entities that support the institutional education (eg.

the Association of parents and friends of the school, alumni associations, etc.)



04.7.2-school education of children and youth



From: service to NPISHS regarding: education and training of children and youth in

disposable leisure time activities, eg. the organisation of lectures,

excursions
04.7.9 Other education services n.e.c.



From: other educational services provided by NPISHS and other than those mentioned in the previous

items



05 SOCIAL CARE



05.1 Services of social care



From: service to NPISHS:



assistance and support to persons who are disabled, disabled worker

accidents and diseases, the unemployed, persons in distress, without resources, with

low incomes, homeless people, immigrants, etc., of persons with zotavujícím

addiction to alcohol, narcotics, drugs, etc.



ZT: assistance and support provided by families, marriage, youth and children



05.1.1 social care with accommodation



From: service to NPISHS:



-retirement homes and similar institutions for the elderly



-institutions for disabled persons and youth, where the predominant

the subject of activity is the provision of long-term institutional nursing

long-term care and not a constitutional health care (e.g. hospices)



-organizations that provide accommodation for the homeless, physically abused

women, etc.



-organizations that provide social assistance to persons dependent on

alcohol and narcotic drugs, gambling, etc., or

zotavujícím from their dependencies



-organizations that provide accommodation and nursing care for persons

such as refugees, persons without resources or with low income



ZT: asylum homes for children in need, and hostels for persons in the

distress



N: hospice, where the predominant subject of activity is the provision of

long-term constitutional health care (02.3.0)



05.1.2 social care without accommodation



From: service to NPISHS:



-facilities for disabled citizens, mainly providing background knowledge

to integrate into the society and not the provision of a General

education



-organizations providing financial assistance, food, clothing and the like

services to persons such as refugees, persons without resources or with low

the revenue of the



-organisations providing a service of cleaning homes, day care services,

Holiday care, transport services for the old and the sick citizens, etc.



-organizations that provide counselling services to the victims of disasters,

assault, rape, abuse and potential sebevrahům



-organizations that provide consulting services concerning arbitration,

foster, of the guardianship and adopčních issues for families



-organizations that seek to improve the conditions in prisons (even for

visit) and dealing with the social rehabilitation of prisoners



-organizations that seek to provide opportunities for the economic

or social development groups of socially maladjusted people in

their own country or abroad



05.2 research and development in the FIELD of SOCIAL CARE



05.2.0 research and development in the field of social care



From: service to NPISHS:



-organizations that carry out targeted research and experimental development

related to the areas of social care



-funds, foundations and charities, that this research

activities financed



06 RELIGION



06.0 RELIGION



06.0.0 Religion



From: service to NPISHS:



-organizations that support individual religious beliefs,

religious services and ceremonies, maintain and promote places of worship,

provide a space for meditation or religious teachings



-churches, monasteries, mosques, synagogues, temples, shrines, etc.



ZT: unusual cults and sects



N:



-hospitals, private nursing homes, dispensaries, etc. financed by the

religious organizations (02.2.1) to (02.4.0),



-preservation of war cemeteries (03.2.3)



-school, faculty, University, etc., financed by the religious

organisations (04.1.1) to (04.5.9)



-seminars, and faculty for the training of priests, rabbis, pastors, páterů and

other official religious organizations (04.1.1) to (04.5.9)



-asylum homes for children in need, and hostels for persons in the

need funded religious organizations (05.1.1)



7 POLITICAL PARTIES, trade unions and PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATIONS



07.1 SERVICES of POLITICAL PARTIES



07.1.0 Services of political parties



From: service to NPISHS:



-political parties



-political action groups and organizations that are trying to increase the respect for

human rights in their own country or abroad



-political action and other groups that have been created in order to support

political rights and fight against discrimination in employment or

acting against discrimination of race, sex, age or sexual

the focus of the



-political parties and groups, which mainly focus on

the only disputed issue, such as environmental protection, cancellation

blood sports, arms control, the death penalty or the right to life



-research departments directly linked with the political parties and

political action groups



07.2 SERVICES TRADE UNIONS



07.2.0 Services trade unions



From: service to NPISHS:



the trade unions, labour unions and similar groups whose aim is to improve the

or modify the living conditions of the of the members



07.3 SERVICE PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



07.3.0 the services of professional organisations



From: service to NPISHS:



-professional associations that support the interests of its members, carrying out

the exchange of information between members or issuing periodic publications in

relation to the corresponding profession



-unions associating workers of the same profession or in the same

professional orientation



08 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION



08.1 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SERVICES



08.1.1 the protection of the flora and landscape



From: service to NPISHS:



-Association, which aims to protect wild plant species

through the protection of their habitats, etc.



-organizations that seek to protect forests, water bodies, natural

resources and other landscape phenomena and elements of the territorial system of ecological

the stability of the



08.1.2 protection of fauna



From: service to NPISHS:



the Association, which aims to protect wild species of fauna

through the protection of their individuals and populations, including the protection of

animals in the protected areas and reserves



08.1.9 Other environmental protection services



From: service to NPISHS:



-based organizations for the purpose of preventing or correcting damage to

the environment



-environmental consulting



N: political parties and action group, focused mainly on the issues of the protection of

environment (07.1.0)



08.2 RESEARCH and development in the FIELD of ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION



08.2.0 Research and development in the field of environmental protection



From: service to NPISHS: research and development in the field of

environment



09 SERVICES N.E.C.



09.1 OTHER SERVICES



09.1.1 fire protection and other assistance in crisis



From:



-the matter of voluntary fire units



-rescue assistance in disasters and their consequences



ZT: services relating to the rescue after accidents in the mountains, the supervision on a

surfaces of water, or the evacuation of the flooded places, etc.



N: organizations that collect, regulate and provide assistance to other countries

when disasters or emergency situations (09.1.5)



(09.1.2) Local and regional development



From: IT services related to:



-streamlining the various local or regional economic areas

(agriculture, land use, resource, energy and mining, infrastructure,

community planning, transportation, flights, hotels, services for sustainable

development, tourism, trade, etc.)



-organizations engaged in improving the institutional infrastructure

and the capacity to address social problems and improving the quality of

life



-organizations that acquire, trains and places volunteers and

promoting volunteering



-based organizations for the purpose of raising funds for the

local and regional development



N: the services trade associations (09.1.7)



Note:

Volunteers means workers who are not in employment to

employers and their activity without the right to a wage or

the reward for the work. The voluntary workers may be volunteers

the employer conducts the work according to the law on volunteer service, so

another person engaged in work in the organization without remuneration (e.g..

nehonorovaní members of the administrative and supervisory bodies, the members of the

the intelligence unit).



09.1.3 protection of human rights



From: service to NPISHS:



-organisations or essays advocating the rights and promoting the interests of certain groups

population (e.g. people with disabilities, older people, men, women, or children)



-organisations or essays advocating individual civil liberties and human rights



-organizations for the protection or the improvement of the social status of certain

groups (e.g., ethnicity, ethnic minorities)



Legal Services and similar 09.1.4 help



From: service to NPISHS:



-organizations that provide legal services and similar assistance in resolving

disputes, victims of crime, etc.



-bodies involved in the protection of consumers ' rights



09.1.5 humanitarian aid to other countries



From: service to NPISHS:



organizations that collect, regulate and provide assistance to other countries in the

disasters or emergency situations



09.1.6 Friendship and understanding between peoples



From: service to NPISHS:
organizations that promote and support the various service programs

developing mutual respect and friendship between the peoples of the



Services of economic unions 09.1.7



From: IT services related to:



-organizations that promote, regulate and screwed the interests of development and

the prosperity of the individual economic sectors (e.g. industrial,

agricultural, commercial)



-organizations that promote and protect the interests and ensure the needs of their

the members of the



-organizations that support economic growth and improve the situation in certain

geographic locations



N: a disciplining local organisations and regional development (09.1.2) Note:

This is the organization that arise under the law on Chamber of Commerce

The CZECH REPUBLIC and agricultural Chamber of the CZECH REPUBLIC



09.1.8 Services of protection of domestic animals



From: service to NPISHS:



the Association, which are seeking the prevention of cruelty in the treatment of animals



09.1.9 other services n.e.c.



From: other services relating to the non-HOMOGENEOUS organisation in the previous

items



09.2 RESERACH and development in the AREA of SERVICES, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED



09.2.0 research and development in the area of services, not elsewhere specified



From: service to NPISHS:



organisations which carry out targeted and applied research and experimental

the development of the non-attached to sections 02, 04, 05, 08 and further funds or foundations, and

charitable organizations that are funding these activities



1) System of National Accounts 1993 (Commission of the European communities,

The International Monetary Fund, the Organisation for economic cooperation and

development, United Nations, World Bank).



2) Consumer expenditure of non-profit institutions serving households called.

expenditure of NPISHS from CZ-COPNI are identical with the expenditure of NPISH standard COPNI.



3 GB-COICOP Classification) introduced the "CSO Communication", the amount of 160/2003 Coll.



4) classification CZ-COFOG introduced "the CSO Communication", the amount of 160/2003 Coll.



5) Expenditure on final consumption (P3) is not necessarily the sum of the prices (P2, D1 and

K1) minus the revenues from sales (P11). It also includes goods and services

purchased from market producers for HOMOGENEOUS direct distribution to households

as social transfers in kind. If there is no

the processing of goods and other services, such purchases are considered

the final expenditure and not as intermediate consumption. (9.79 SNA 1993).

The details are described in the SNA 1993-in this classification are not

detailed.



6) International Standard Classification of Education from 1997,

The United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO),

Paris, 1997. The translation of this classification into the Czech language developed by the Institute for the

information on education, Prague 1999.



7) international classification of nonprofit organizations:-revision and the ICNPO,

1996, Lester m. Salamon and Helmut k. Anheier, working paper 19,

John Hopkins University's Institute for the study of management, Baltimor, USA,

June 1996.



8) the definition of the institutional sectors, which are functional

classification of created are listed in the SNA 1993 and not in this

the classification listed; or see the dial and the institutional sectors

subsector (communication from the CZECH STATISTICAL OFFICE, the amount of 160/2003 Coll.).