Presentation on theme: "World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty March 23-27, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty March 23-27, 2014
Moderator: Caren Grown, Economist in Residence, American University Panelists: Hazel Malapit, IFPRI Lauren Pandolfelli, Statistician, Evidence and Data for Gender Equality (EDGE), United Nations Statistics Division Chiara Brunelli, FAO Talip Kilic, Research Economist, DECPI, World Bank Ermalinda Durmishi, Immovable Property Registration Office, Albania
Land Statistics using WEAI data Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index
Jan. 2013 July 2013 Dec. 2013 1 st technical meeting (New York) Draft guidelines and first round of consultation 2 nd technical meeting (Bangkok) FAO report on measuring land ownership Follow-up meeting (New York) 2014 2015 Experimentation (Uganda) Piloting: Ghana Georgia Maldives Mexico Rwanda Uganda Philippines 2016 Finalising methodological guidelines Guidelines presented to UN Statistical Commission
availability of sex-disaggregated data take stock of the methodologies Review the availability of sex-disaggregated data on land ownership and management in Agricultural Censuses (2006-13) and take stock of the methodologies applied by countries Focused on questions on plot managers, owners and land tenure detected the attempts to capture sub-holders Used the available questionnaires (86 out of 105, 82%) feasible recommendations Aimed at feasible recommendations on gathering data on land ownership and management in Agricultural Censuses (ACs) World Programme for the Census of Agriculture 2020 (WCA 2020) Ensuring consistency with the EDGE Project’s recommendations
Collaboration w/ UN EDGE Project & Uganda Bureau of Statistics on the design & implementation of a methodological survey experiment on the measurement of individual level asset ownership in 2014 Experimental focus on different approaches to respondent selection Continuing improvement & standardization of LSMS- Integrated Surveys on Agriculture (LSMS-ISA) questionnaires & approach to data collection re: individual disaggregated information LSMS Research Program “Gender Differentials in Productivity: Identifying Opportunities for Agricultural Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa,” primarily based on the LSMS-ISA data
GENDER EQUALITY IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF PROPERTY REGISTRATION TITLES IN ALBANIA Objective: To highlight the problems and to suggest possible solutions, related to property rights based on gender equality, analyzing legal issues and the functionality of immovable property registration processes, in order to rise up a comprehensive database, helpful on policy and law making. Question: Does IPRO have the capacity to produce gender- disaggregated data on property ownership? Analyzes is made on three directions: Social influences; Legal base; Administrative issues.