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Every year, PARIS21's progress report outlines how the partnership is helping to build stronger national statistical systems for more timely, reliable and granular data that is used in policy making. In 2022, PARIS21's key achievements include:

  • 8 new donor profiles in the Bern Network's Clearinghouse
  • Four regional learning events in Chile, Paraguay, Thailand and Senegal
  • A strong focus on climate change data with the launch of the climate change data ecosystem work
  • Groundbreaking work to integrate citizen-generated data into national statistics in Kenya
  • Ongoing work to mainstream gender data in national statistical systems

Read the 2022 online report

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