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PARIS21 Fall Meetings, 9-10 November 2022
Gender data gaps are a universal problem and the impacts are felt universally. There are a range of causes for these data gaps that touch upon almost every part of the data cycle. Fixing the problem of data gaps requires all actors in the data cycle to work together. Creating spaces for dialogue between gender users and producers helps to identify the root causes, empower users and producers to actively change their ways of working and unify and amplify calls for better funding for gender data and statistics
Filling data gaps to leave no one behind
Realising the full potential of data for development requires the involvement of stakeholders beyond the national statistical system, including civil society, the private sector, academia and others. PARIS21 convenes annual meetings and communities of practice to accelerate peer learning and build a network of countries, organisations, agencies, and individuals that are committed to the production and use of statistics for evidence-based sustainable development.
Timely, reliable and disaggregated data and statistics are fundamental in guiding national policy making to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and leave no one behind. However, with only 7 years left to achieve the SDGs, significant data gaps persist and prevent us from accelerating action. Funding for data and statistics must be accelerated, and a rigorous and comprehensive analysis of the global funding landscape is needed. PARIS21 provides thorough and timely analyses on funding flows to guide partners in understanding where and how to best fund data and statistics to achieve national and global development goals.