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The ADP is implemented as a partnership between the PARIS21 Secretariat at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the World Bank, and other technical and financial partners. Global coordination is done by the ADP/IHSN Secretariat, hosted by PARIS21 and the World Bank. Agencies interested in participating in ADP are invited to contact us.


  • PARIS21 Secretariat: global coordination, implementation in countries and management of the funds
  • World Bank Development Data Group : global coordination, synergies with IHSN activities; other World Bank Departments and Country Offices contribute to implementation in selected countries

The implementation of ADP greatly benefits from the contribution of many partners, including:



  • The World Bank Development Grant Facility is the largest source of funding for the ADP through annual grants to the OECD/PARIS21 Secretariat. Since 2006, the World Bank has funded the ADP up to USD 25 million.
  • The Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom is sponsoring a trust fund (TF071804) executed by the World Bank. This trust fund, open to other sponsors, was established January 2012 to support the activities of the IHSN and ADP.

The following partners are also financing ADP activities either as part of the ADP itself, or by implementing ADP activities as part of their own technical assistance programs: