Monitoring the Millennium Development Goals?: Measuring Poverty and Death, Health and HealthCare Consumption in Developing Countries. For ESDS Conference Social Inequality: Using Evidence from Data Monday 20 th June 2005 Roy Carr-Hill Universities of East London, London and York.
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For ESDS Conference
Social Inequality: Using Evidence from Data
Monday 20th June 2005
Universities of East London, London and York
Debates about Poverty
Millenium Development Goals
NONE OF DATABASES COVER THIS
“The global statistical system is fragmented and
characterised by poor inter-agency co-operation.
Whilst more information is now available compared
with previous years, this is usually through the
medium of donor funded household surveys, which
may by-pass domestic information systems and
serve the needs of donors rather than developing
countries themselves.” Can’t Count Progress
Difficulty of asking expenditure has led to
development of ‘asset indices’ but
MOST SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DATA BASED ON HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
(ILLUSTRATED WITH SWAZI DATA)