The numbers for 2013 are in, and...
As the global development community promotes the concept of a “data revolution”, it is necessary to once again take stock of what resources are being directed to statistical systems. The 2013 Partner Report on Support to Statistics (PRESS) provides a snapshot of such ongoing support to statistical development across the globe, and presents an overview of major trends.
Significant findings include...
|$394 M||Support to statistics reached US$ 394 million in calendar year 2013. This is US$ 100m more than in 2012, though still down from the peak in 2011 of US$ 518m.|
|0.16%||The share of ODA dedicated to statistics fell from 0.32% in 2011 to 0.16% in 2012; 2013 figures for all ODA are not yet available.|
|90%||Almost 90% of support to statistics is aligned with NSDSs, up from 88% in 2012 and 32% in 2011.|
|89.2%||The top five providers of development co-operation in statistics (World Bank, United Kingdom, European Commission, African Development Bank, and UNFPA) provided 89.2% of total commitments in 2013, up from 76% in 2006.|
Who were the main beneficiaries in 2013... ?
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Read more in the full report...
PRESS 2013 REPORT WITH DATA TABLES
PRESS 2013 DATA TABLES
|PRESS 2013 REPORT|
The full data set for the 2013 report is also available as an excel file