Since 1999, the Partnership in Statistics for Development in the 21st Century (PARIS21) has been driving global efforts to improve statistical capacity and promote evidence-based policy making in developing countries. As a community of national, regional and international statisticians, analysts, policy makers and development professionals, PARIS21 is at the frontline of key emerging issues like improving data quality and usability, user-producer interaction, and the use of microdata. We are proud of the concrete achievements of the partnership shown here.


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