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1 Poverty Mapping Glenn Hyman CIAT

2 Source: CIMMYT Are we successfully targeting the poor?

3 CGIAR/FAO/UNEP Poverty Mapping Project: Country Case Studies -Competitive grants and peer review -Working with NARS and national governments -Mapping, tracking and explaining poverty -State of the art spatial analysis methods -Impact assessment for NARS, national governments, the CGIAR and donors -Support for resource allocation for international development community

4 7 Country Case Studies

5 METHODS Compare these poverty indicators: Poverty intensity according to the unsatisfied basic need method Poverty intensity according to the unsatisfied basic need method Human development index (literacy, life expectancy and per capita GDP) Human development index (literacy, life expectancy and per capita GDP) Household consumption from small area estimation Household consumption from small area estimation

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29 Published studies Web page with reports, maps and information on poverty mapping (www.povertymap.net)Web page with reports, maps and information on poverty mapping (www.povertymap.net)www.povertymap.net Digital geographic information from case studies available through global spatial data clearinghousesDigital geographic information from case studies available through global spatial data clearinghouses Poverty mapping conference held in August 2004 in conjunction with 2004 ESRI User ConferencePoverty mapping conference held in August 2004 in conjunction with 2004 ESRI User Conference Special issue of the journal Food Policy and edited book volume forthcoming in 2005Special issue of the journal Food Policy and edited book volume forthcoming in 2005

30 Agrobiodiversity and poverty Wild relatives and land races conservation as environmental servicesWild relatives and land races conservation as environmental services There could be a move to more fruits and vegetables: diet diversificationThere could be a move to more fruits and vegetables: diet diversification Conservation to prevent famines due to pests and diseases; diversity as insuranceConservation to prevent famines due to pests and diseases; diversity as insurance

31 Poverty and Deforestation Period Higher index = higher living standard

32 Regression of stunted children and food consumption: where staple crop consumption dominates, stunting Z scores go down (more stunting)

33 More drought, more (insurance) crops

34 Global inventory of sub-national poverty maps

35 Total paises 204 Países con datos 125 Total shapefiles 281 Total Unidades adm

36 Headcount ratios for the two dollar a day poverty line Absolute number of people living below the $1.25 a day poverty line Absolute number of people living below the two dollar a day poverty line. Headcount ratios for the $1.25 a day poverty line


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