PARIS21 has just published a report monitoring the implementation of the Dakar Declaration on the Development of Statistics (DDDS). At its Consortium meeting held in Dakar, Senegal in November 2009, the PARIS21 Partnership endorsed the DDDS, which outlines priorities for statistical development over the period 2010-2015.

The full text of the DDDS is available in several languages, as follows:

Links to the English and French version of the monitoring report are available below:

Statistics for Development: Two Years After Dakar

Statistics for Development: Two Years After Dakar

Les Statistiques au Service du Développement : Deux Ans Après Dakar

Les Statistiques au Service du Développement : Deux Ans Après Dakar

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