Session 03

Title of session: IPS25. Leave no one behind in Latin America: monitoring SDG through data integration

Date: 26 April
Time: 11:30 - 13:00
Room: S3b Barbakan
StatusNameCountry/affiliationTitle of the contributionBrief summary
OrganizerDr. Andres GutierrezColombia
ChairMr. Rolando OcampoMexico
SpeakerMr. Rolando OcampoMexicoECLAC poverty mapsThis presentation introduces the ECLAC approach to Poverty Mapping in seventeen countries in Latin America.
SpeakerMr. Rolando OcampoMexicoCrime statistics and Small Area EstimationThe Chilean National Statistics Institutes has included Small Area Estimation methodologies into their standard process; this presentation deals with Crime Statistics and data disaggregation in Chile.
SpeakerMr. Andres GutierrezColombiaPoverty Maps in ColombiaECLAC Statistics Division provided technical assistance and capacity building to the Colombian Social Prosperity Department to estimate poverty rates in Colombian municipalities through unit-level models.
SpeakerMr. Andres GutierrezColombiaPoverty maps in ChileThe Chilean Ministry of Social Affairs is devoted to the estimation of poverty rates in the municipalities (comunas) of Chile. This presentation shows how the Small Area Estimation methodology has evolved through time by using area-level models.
DiscussantMr. Stefan SchweinfestGermany
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