Why do countries need a good statistical system? Why should a country embark on a process of strategic statistical planning? PARIS21 helps countries and regional institutions answer these questions by facilitating the implementation of advocacy strategies and the production of advocacy materials.

The PARIS21 Knowledge base contains some of these advocacy materials (see examples below), produced by national authorities and regional bodies in collaboration with the PARIS21 Secretariat.

BERMUDA
(English)

CAMBODIA
(English)

MALI (Français)

GUINEA BISSAU
(Português)

LAO PDR
(English)

LIBERIA
(English)

ANDEAN COMMUNITY (Español)

PRESS 2009 Detailed Results - Full Report

EL SALVADOR
(Español)

 

 

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