The National Statistical System (NSS) is the combination of statistical organisations and units within a country that jointly collect, process and disseminate official statistics on behalf of a national government. Statistics within a country typically start with 

PARIS21 supports developing countries as they develop their NSS through several mechanisms. PARIS21 facilitates south-south learning in statistical development through peer reviews and helps countries further advance their national statistical systems through NSS Assessments

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