This book aims at providing a better understanding of how food security indicators can be used for policy-making and planning. It also looks at ways in which statistics can be used to improve the reliability of food security information at [...]
The report provides information on food security in Cambodia by comparing food consumption statistics gathered at the household level in 2004 and 2009. It summarizes the key trends over the five year period in undernourishment, dietary energy deficit, food access, [...]
2010 Socio-Economic and Food Security Survey - West Bank and Gaza Strip, occupied Palestinian territory
The Socio-Economic and Food Security (SEFSec) survey is part of a broader monitoring system in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) to be institutionalized within the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS).
The purpose of the SEFSec is to gauge changes in [...]
This report presents a trend analysis of food security indicators derived from the food consumption data collected in the 2000/1 and 2007 Household Budget Survey (HBS). The assessment of food insecurity at national and sub national levels can be used [...]
The book includes papers from eleven countries which examine methodological issues related to estimating food deprivation. It aims at giving readers a better understanding of food security indicators and their use in food policy analysis.
Longitudinal analysis using panel data for assessing seasonal effects on the food security situation in Tajikistan’s HBS 2005
The Tajikistan Household Budget Survey (HBS) has the particular characteristic of collecting expenditure and income data from the same households over a long period. The longitudinal survey design accounts for all variations, including seasonal effects, when analysed over the months [...]