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Cursos de Entrenamiento en el Diseño y Análisis de Encuestas de Hogares

Detalle del Proyecto



Número de Proyecto


Fecha de aprobación

Noviembre 25, 2003

Etapa del Proyecto


Tipo de Proyecto

Cooperación Técnica





Instrumento de préstamo


Código del instrumento de préstamo




Tipo de establecimiento


Categoría de Impacto Ambiental y Social


Costo Total

USD 90,000.00

Financiamiento de Contrapartida del País

USD 10,000.00


USD 80,000.00

Información Financiera
Número de Operación Tipo de préstamo Moneda de Referencia Fecha del informe Fecha de Firma del Contrato Fondo Instrumento Financiero
ATN/NI-8522-RS SG USD - Dólar americano Social Inclusion Trust Fund No Reembolsable
Número de Operación ATN/NI-8522-RS
  • Tipo de préstamo: SG
  • Moneda de Referencia: USD - Dólar americano
  • Fecha del informe:
  • Fecha de Firma del Contrato:
  • Fondo: Social Inclusion Trust Fund
  • Instrumento Financiero: No Reembolsable
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OLAS/SCL WASH Household Survey Dataset
The OLAS/SCL Household Survey Data Set contains 47 water and sanitation related indicators generated from microdata from national household surveys throughout the region. The data set contains information from 2003-2022 for 22 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Indicators are provided in terms of household percentage and total households that fall into each category, and can be broken down by various socioeconomic dimensions, including area (urban or rural community), income quintile, migratory status, ethnicity, and disability status. This dataset is the result of a collaboration between INE/WSA and SCL, and is a subset of the larger IDB SCL Indicators dataset.
Published 2023
OLAS/SCL WASH Household Survey Dataset - Regional Estimates
This dataset provides regional estimates for the indicators in the OLAS/SCL WASH Household Survey Dataset: For information on how the dataset was generated, please refer to the methodology document.
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Social Indicators of Latin America and the Caribbean
Social Indicator is a diverse dataset of indicators designed to capture social conditions in Latin America and the Caribbean. The indicators are derived from national household survey data, Censuses, and other sources covering 21 countries from 1990 to date. While the Sociómetro includes traditional global indicators, the database also includes tailor-made indicators in five areas: Demographics, Education, Labor Market, Housing, and Income, to better capture conditions in LAC. Moreover, unlike traditional aggregate indicators, the Sociómetro indicators are disaggregated by ethnicity and race (when available) and by gender, geographic residence, education, and income quintile. The management and implementation of the Sociómetro are provided by the Social Sector (SCL) of the Vice Presidency of Knowledge and Sectors to strengthen the analytical content of projects and studies. The indicators are not intended to serve as official data for any particular country but instead aim to provide a comparable set of social indicators for the Latin American region.
Published 2023
IDB Social Indicators Dictionary
This dictionary provides a comprehensive list of all the indicators generated by the social sector of the Inter-American Development Bank. The indicators are obtained from multiple sources such as household surveys, population censuses and external sources. It covers areas including education, health, labour, poverty, social protection, and gender, among others. Each indicator is defined, with information about the collection they belong to, the theme, and the value type. The full dataset can be found at:
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Qué dicen los censos y encuestas de hogares de América Latina y el Caribe sobre la población migrante
La nueva publicación del BID “Visibilizando a los migrantes. Revisión de la información sobre migrantes en censos y encuestas de hogares en América Latina y el Caribe” analiza los censos y encuestas de hogares existentes en la región e identifica dónde los países y sus organismos de estadística nacionales pueden realizar mejoras para hacer visible a la población migrante.
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Grandmothers and the Gender Gap in the Mexican Labor Market: ENOE Dataset
Data associated with the IDB Publication "Grandmothers and the Gender Gap in the Mexican Labor Market". The ENOE is the largest household survey conducted in Mexico, and it is superior to administrative data in this context because it includes both the formal and informal sectors of the economy. Its data collection occurs quarterly in a rotating panel format with five observations per household. The ENOE data in this paper spans Q1 of 2005 to Q1 of 2020, a total of 61 surveys (one per quarter). Each survey visits approximately 120,000 households. The survey's demographics section includes information on every member of the household, such as their relationship to the head of household, gender, education, marital status, reason for not living in the household anymore (after the first survey), access to health care, employment, income, and hours worked.
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The Consequences of COVID-19 on Livelihoods in Suriname: Evidence from a Telephone Survey
A nationally representative telephone survey on the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Suriname was conducted during the month of August in 2020. This paper presents a summary of the main findings of that survey and a review of the pandemic as of mid-April 2021. We found that household income was affected through employment losses, business closures and reduction of remittances. With data from the 2016/17 Suriname Survey of Living Conditions (SSLC) an additional level of analysis found that, although the shock to household income was widespread, pre-existing inequalities across income and gender groups were exacerbated.
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Los datos espaciales y la inteligencia artificial como aliados para combatir la pobreza
5 minutos de lectura. La pobreza es un fenómeno permanentemente dinámico. Causas externas, como el COVID-19, han demostrado lo rápido que pueden cambiar las condiciones socioeconómicas de la población y lo expuesta que se encuentra la región de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (LAC) a distintos riesgos al tener sistemas débiles de protección social, sistemas de
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Los costos educativos de la crisis sanitaria en América Latina y el Caribe
El presente estudio argumenta que la crisis sanitaria amenaza con revertir los niveles de inclusión y logros educativos de los estudiantes alcanzados en la última década en América Latina y el Caribe. A corto plazo, se prevé que al menos 1.2 millones de jóvenes en edad escolar obligatoria podrían abandonar el sistema educativo, y que de este grupo 38% provendrá de los estratos pobres, 44% será de clase media vulnerable y 18% pertenecerá a la clase media consolidada. La crisis también generará importantes costos educativos a largo plazo. El número de jóvenes entre 18 y 23 años que no estudia y que no cuenta con un empleo remunerado aumentará en 21% con respecto a la situación previa a la pandemia y esto dejará “cicatrices” como desventajas en la capacidad de generación de ingresos en los siguientes años.
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Public Services and Digital Government during the Pandemic: Perspectives of Citizens, Civil Servants, and Government Institutions
The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted mobility and led to a sudden increase in the dependence on digital tools for providing and accessing public services, as well as for teleworking by public servants. Have government institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean been able to rise to this challenge, continue operating, and providing services? This report seeks to answer this question by providing new descriptive evidence gathered from three perspectives: citizens (based on surveys of more than 32,000 people across 13 countries), government officials (based on a survey of more than 4,600 officials in 9 countries), and public institutions (based on a questionnaire completed by 11 digital government lead agencies and 6 brief case studies). It finds that the crisis led many countries to digitize a significant range of services, sometimes in a matter of days. In addition, the proportion of citizens using the internet to access government transactions rose from 21 percent before the pandemic to 39 percent during it. Despite mobility restrictions, however, around 50 percent of citizens completed their last such transaction in person. With regard to teleworking in the public sector, almost half of all employees stated that they had been unable to perform critical tasks since the onset of the pandemic, many of which could have been resolved using digital governance tools. These findings point to the need to improve the availability and quality of digital services, as well as the feasibility of telework in government.
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