This document reports on the statistics related to the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) website and data platforms from January to December 2017. The report includes statistics on the main CCAFS website –including publication downloads –and on data and tools platforms managed by CCAFS. Generally the statistics show that traffic and use of the CCAFS website and material was positive (both in terms of the number of hits and the proportion of those that were from “new visitors”) and that social media plays a role in referring users to the CCAFS site and materials. Most hits originated from a handful of the same countries. The US, Colombia, India, Kenya, and the UK appeared frequently on the top 5 country list.If you have any comments or questions or would like to request other statistics to be featured in future reports, please contact David Abreu (email@example.com).