Global Strategy Training and Outreach Workshop on Agricultural Surveys

24-25 October 2016, FAO headquarters, Rome

The Training and Outreach workshop’s purpose is to disseminate and discuss some of the most important cost-effective methodological proposals developed under the GS. In particular, the workshop focused on the most demanded topics and on ways to increase the proposals’ impact on the quality and quantity of available agricultural statistics. The workshop was organized by Flavio Bolliger, Research Coordinator.

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Workshop Papers

Ahmad Tauqeer – Sampling methodology for estimation of harvest and post harvest losses of major crops and commodities Download

Anders Wallren and Britt Wallgren – Estimating frame coverage issues in agricultural surveys Download

Andrea Dini da Silva – Use of record linkage to build a Brazilian list frame for agricultural statistics Download

Danijela Maver – Meta driven approach for editing administrative data in the case of the Slovenian survey on pesticide use in agriculture Download

Karl Moosman – Rapid loss appraisal tool (RLAT) for agribusiness value chains Download

Luis Ambrosio – Multiple-frame sampling Download

Workshop Presentations – Day 1

Arbab Asfandiyar Khan – Strategic Plans for Agricultural and Rural Statistics (SPARS) Download

Naman Keita – Master Sampling Frames (MSF) in practice: from census to MSF Download

Javier Gallego – Use of technology for developing sample frames Download

Cristiano Ferraz – Sampling and estimation in Agricultural Surveys Download

François Fonteneau, Neli Georgiva, Dramane Bako – The Agricultural Integrated Survey Download

Workshop Presentations – Day 2

Cristiano Ferraz – Multiple frame designs for Master Sampling Frames Download

Andrea Diniz da Silva – Use of record linkage to build a Brazilian master frame for improving agricultural statistics Download

Anders Wallgren – Estimating frame coverage issues in agricultural surveys Download

Jacques Delincé – Preliminary results on MSF field testing Download

Luis Ambrosio – Country experiences on building agricultural sampling frames Download

Naman Keita – Use of administrative data for building and maintaining a MSF Download

Dalip Singh – Improving administrative reporting systems in Asia-Pacific countries Download

Danijela Maver – Meta-driven approach to editing administrative data – the case of the Slovenian survey on use of pesticides in agriculture Download

Karl Moosman –  The rapid loss assessment tool for agribusiness value chain (RLAT) Download

Ahmad Tauqeer – Sampling methodology for estimating harvest and post-harvest losses of major crops and commodities Download

Meeting Agenda Download