The Partner Report on Support to Statistics (PRESS) analyses trends in aid for statistics in developing and emerging economies and advocates for an increase in funding for statistics to boost the chances of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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A barrier for low- and middle-income countries to build the statistical infrastructure for sustainable development for all is the need for more resources for their national statistical systems (NSSs). This requires both the mobilisation of additional domestic resources and a smarter approach to external aid that enables existing and new resources to go further. PARIS21 champions greater and smarter resource mobilisation for data and statistics to support evidence-based, inclusive sustainable development.
Gender-responsive and inclusive statistical planning ensures sustainable production and use of gender data, facilitating data-driven policies that effectively tackle gender disparities and leave no one behind. In collaboration with partners such as UN Women and Global Affairs Canada, PARIS21 supports the integration of gender statistics into national strategic planning. By helping national statistical offices (NSOs) to identify gender data gaps and engage with a diverse array of stakeholders, PARIS21 assures that national strategies for statistical development (NSDS) are both inclusive and equitable.
PRESS 2022 - PARIS21 Partner Report on Support to Statistics 2022 : A Wake-Up Call to Finance Better Data
The PARIS21 Partner Report on Support to Statistics 2022 A Wake-Up Call to Finance Better Data Close to the halfway point of the Sustainable Development Goals, a significant data gap threatens to leave the poorest and most vulnerable behind. The PARIS21 Partner Report on Support to Statistics 2022 raises the alert on shortfalls in funding to data and statistics that have grown larger in 2020 – only partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Amidst a worsening picture for global development and a rise in complex global threats, leaders need to reaffirm their commitments to data and statistics as a core component of effective and impactful policy making.
Citizen-generate data in official statistics in Kenya