03 Mar 2015
The Tanzania National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) with support of ADP/PARIS21 organized a two-day Microdata Outreach and Advocacy workshop on February 2015 in Dar es Salaam.

13 Feb 2015
On the side of the Third Conference of African Ministers in charge of Civil Registration, PARIS21 organised a panel discussion: “CRVS: Data that Count for Africa” on 11 February 2015 in Yamoussoukro, Cote d’Ivoire.The event began with the launch of the video “Make Everyone Count” sparking a lively discussion chaired by Mr.

13 Jan 2015
The 10th Africa Symposia on Statistical Development (ASSD) took place in Kampala, Uganda.

09 Dec 2014
11 countries from Southeast Asia, South Asia, and North Asia successfully completed the first NSDS Training Course in the Asian Region.

25 Nov 2014
Quality statistics are essential in order to guide governments to invest efficiently their resources efficiently. In low income countries more than 70% of births are not registered.

24 Nov 2014
Global consultation on the proposed post-2015 global education indicators begins In the run-up to 2015, when the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will reach their deadline, several initiatives are underway to formulate a new set of goals and targets for sustainable development.The Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG)

03 Nov 2014
For a week in Bamako, Mali, AFRISTAT and PARIS21 organised a workshop for trainers in Statistics and Public Relations.

01 Nov 2014
The Caribbean Association of Professional Statisticians(CAPS) aims to promote statistics and its application to evidence-based decision-making in the Caribbean, encourage collaboration and discussion among professional statisticians; facilitate training and development of professional statisti

18 Jul 2014
The last few days have seen a new popular form of development advocacy emerge, the SDG Haiku. PARIS21 was more than willing to take part and tweet a few thoughts on statistics, data, and measurement.