The Center for Development Data (C4D2) conducted its first training on Designing Household Surveys to Measure Poverty, from November 27 to December 1, 2017. Participants included lecturers from regional statistics training institutions from Africa, namely the Eastern African Statistical Training Center (EASTC) and the École Nationale Supérieure De Statistique Et D'économie Appliquée, and members of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, who provide technical guidance on statistical matters to national statistical offices around Africa.
The training was held in the Bank of Italy’s premises in Perugia, Italy, and was facilitated by the World Bank’s C4D2 team in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, the Italian National Institute of Statistics and the Italian National Institute of Health.
- Session 1 - Household Surveys and the SDGs
- Session 2 - SDGs - Focus on Health Indicators
- Session 3 - Understanding Household Surveys
- Session 4 - Poverty Estimation - Common Approaches and Issues
- Session 5 - Designing Household Questionnaires
- Session 6 - Poverty Estimation - Measuring Food Consumption (Part 1)
- Session 7 - Poverty Estimation - Measuring Food Consumption (Part 2)
- Session 8 - Measuring Food Away from Home
- Session 9 - Poverty Estimation - Measuing Non-Food Consumption
- Session 10 - The Italian Experience in Measuring Poverty
- Session 11 - Italian Official Poverty Estimates Based on HBS
- Session 12 - Wealth and Poverty Measures - The Bank of Italy Experience