PRESS 2016: Support to statistics remains low, putting SDG monitoring at risk

Statistics and development are becoming increasingly relevant as the international community, with the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals and launch of a Global Partnership for Sustainable Data in New York.

However, as the 2016 PRESS shows, support to development statistics has stagnated in 2014.

What's more, PARIS21 finds that countries with the lowest statistical capacity receive less statistical aid per capita than countries with greater capacity. 

So exactly how much financial and technical support are developing countries getting?

 

 

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