17.08.2017

In collaboration with its partners, PARIS21 reports on country progress in designing and implementing National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDS). These reports provide an up-to-date overview of where countries currently are in their NSDS processes.

The NSDS summary table provides a snapshot of current NSDS status in International Development Association (IDA) borrower countries plus Lower Middle Income Countries (as of 2015), and all African Countries. The information is drawn from three principal sources:

The table is sorted by geographical region and provides information on existing strategy, next NSDS, and PRSP time span. It should be noted that, while existing strategies may not necessarily follow the NSDS guidelines, the majority of current strategies do follow these guidelines. This table is updated on a regular basis, as information is received.

Below are links to all previously published reports.

Status Reports: 

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (February 2017)

Download 2017 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (January 2016)

Download 2016 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (January 2015)

Download 2015 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (March 2014)

Download 2014 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (March 2013)

Download 2013 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (March 2012)

Download 2012 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (March 2011)

Download 2011 Report

NSDS Summary Table for IDA and Lower Middle Income Countries (May 2010)

Download 2010 Report

NSDS Status In IDA Countries: Progress Report (May 2009)

Download 2009 Report

NSDS Status In IDA Countries: Progress Report (February 2008)

Download 2008 Report

NSDS Status In IDA Countries: Progress Report (November 2007)

Download 2007 Report

Preliminary Worldwide Progress Report on NSDS (April 2006)

Download 2006 Report