All data activities
Support for the National Statistics Office (DANE) and Victims Unit (UARIV) in Colombia to improve statistics on internally displaced persons by implementing international standards, linking IDP data with other government sources, and carrying out additional analysis and policy work.
Support to census activities in Central Asia will improve the technical infrastructure of National Statistical Offices and train census enumerators on citizenship status and statelessness, and conduct public awareness campaigns of statelessness to encourage the participation of stateless people in censuses. This will be complemented with a survey on stateless persons in Tajikistan.
The World Bank and UNHCR will collaborate to produce comparative datasets on refugee and host communities in Nairobi.
Developing a new module for internally displaced people in the national Harmonized Household Living Conditions Survey, increasing the sample size of respondents in camps, building the capacity of national entities and analyzing the data.
Short surveys will provide data to a rapid monitoring system that will enable the Somali NSO, UNHCR and partners to assess the changing needs of IDPs, refugees, returnees and host communities.
KoBoToolbox is used in most forced displacement settings around the world. The JDC supports its development, enhancing its function as a Global Public Good.
A tool that allows users to extract and analyze the information contained in a comprehensive body of documents published by the Multilateral Development Banks, allowing project managers and researchers to easily access information and for gaps in knowledge to be identified.
In fragile contexts, where data is most needed, it is usually outdated or of poor quality due to the challenges in collecting data. This project aims to improve the quality or survey data by improving sampling frames, questionaire design and through fieldwork.
This tool will allows users to extract and analyze the information from a comprehensive body of documents published by the Multilateral Development Banks, allowing project managers and researchers to easily access information and for gaps in this knowledge repository to be identified.
A short-term socioeconomic study conducted in 2021 will provide evidence for a medium-term policy response to the Rohingya crisis in Cox’s Bazar.
Several complementary surveys and qualitative interviews of IDPs and communities in Yemen about their welfare, including food security, labor market activity, basic services, and related topics.
Evaluation of data from the 2019-2020 Burundi Socioeconomic survey jointly implemented by UNHCR and the World Bank forms the basis of a socioeconomic profile of refugees in Burundi.