From launching the Clearinghouse on Financing Development Data with its Bern Network partners, taking over as host for the Gender Data Network, developing the Data for Change campaign with partners, 2021 was a year of many milestones for PARIS21.

PARIS21 continued to support countries with activities on capacity building, leadership and communications trainings, support with reviewing statistical laws and frameworks and support in developing national strategies for the development of statistics, as well as the launch of its annual flagship Partner Report on Support to Statistics.

This comprehensive progress report follows the logic of PARIS21's Results Framework and the ambition of its 2021-2025 Strategy.  You can also consult our interactive progress report and our logical frameworks to have a full picture of our progress.

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