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Our impact

PARIS21 works in over 90 countries, prioritising disadvantaged statistical systems in least developed, low income, fragile, and small island developing states to deliver quality data and statistics for sustainable development.
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What we do

Upcoming events

16-18
July
2024
Dakar, Sénégal

Strengthening the Climate Change Data Ecosystem (CCDE): Senegal and the region

Available and timely climate change data is crucial to help governments and societies adapt to new climate realities and mitigate the effects of climate change. Countries in Africa rank among the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Floods, storms, and droughts have been more frequent in the region, jumping from 85 recorded events in the 1970s to over 540 between 2010 and 2019. This regional workshop seeks to disseminate the results of the collaborations between Agence nationale de la statistique et de la démographie du Sénégal (ANSD), the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, and PARIS21 and other development partners on climate change data and explore venues for strategic scaling-up support in Senegal and the region.
16
July
2024
UNICEF House or online via Zoom

UN HLPF Side Event - Elevating the Role of National Statistical Offices in Voluntary National Reviews to tackle the data drought of the 2030 Agenda

Co-hosted by the State Department of Economic Planning of Kenya, PARIS21, Directorate General of International Partnerships of the European Commission, the United Nations Statistics Division and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), this side event focuses on highlighting the indispensable role of National Statistical Offices (NSOs) in strengthening the evidence-base of the Voluntary National Review (VNR) process and the follow-up.
23
July
2024
Virtual event

The Gender Data Network Presents: The Hidden Power of Gender Data: Insights from IDinsight's DataDelta

This webinar will highlight the critical importance of gender-sensitive data in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), promoting equity, and impacting policy decisions. It will also discuss the role of National Statistical Offices (NSOs) in this process and share practical insights and examples from IDinsight and DataDelta's work.