In 2023, PARIS21 reached the midpoint of its 2021-2025 Strategy and commissioned this formative evaluation to review the progress made towards its strategy thus far. This mid-term evaluation was mandated by the Executive Committee (ExCo) following the Secretariat’s proposal, and seeks to assess its progress and activities, aiming to provide actionable insights.
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The 2021-2025 Theory of Change is the first pillar of the Unified Results Framework, which complements PARIS21’s 2021-2025 Strategy. The theory of change elaborates how PARIS21 will contribute to transformative and structural changes at the country, regional and global levels to make progress towards the overall impact and five outcome areas identified in the results framework, as well as the cross-cutting priority of gender equality.
The period of this strategy—2021-2025—is a pivotal one. During these five years, the world will experience an acceleration of the data revolution, brought about by increasing digitalisation. We will also pass the halfway point of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with significantly greater action needed to ensure that we “leave no-one behind”. We must do everything that we can to prepare countries to meet these challenges.
The PARIS21 annual progress reports detail the partnerships' activities and achievements throughout the year, including its country activities, capacity building, PRESS report and work alongside other partners such as through the Bern Network to ensure that financing development data remains a political priority.
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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.
This document describes the proposed Programme of Work and Budget (PWB) for the PARIS21 Secretariat in 2024, supporting the ambition of our 2021-2025 Strategy and our Results Framework. It is built on extensive consultation with our partners, including through our 2023 Fall Meetings. It directly captures some of our responses to the mid-term evaluation recommendations. The PWB 2024 was approved by the Executive Committee on 19 December 2023.
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