Every single data point has a human story. With support from the LSMS+ Program, countries as Cambodia are implementing a new generation of household surveys with improved methods to capture key dimensions of men’s and women’s economic opportunities and welfare.
LSMS is supporting high-frequency phone surveys in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mali, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda to track responses to and socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 and economic shocks.
Based on experience from Armenia, this document guides survey practitioners in the implementation of cognitive interviewing, specifically as it relates to the survey module designed by the World Bank, FAO, and UN-Habitat for measuring land tenure at the individual level and monitoring SDGs 1.4.2 and 5.a.1.
This session aims at to train graduate students, junior national statistics office (NSO) staff and other survey practitioners, as well as early career researchers in survey methods, in the fundamentals of collecting and analyzing information on household income and wealth via household surveys.