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Wednesday, November 08, 2006 

MECOVI

Is the Spanish acronym for: “Mejoramiento de las Encuesta de Hoyares y la Medicion de Condiciones de Vida”, and which in english stands for: “Program for the Improvement of Surveys and the Measurement of Living Conditions in latin-America and the Caribbean.

Linking research and policy in poverty assessments has never been an easy task to go about. Nevertheless, taken from a broad spectrum this platform which is a joint initiative by the World Bank, the IDB and ECLAC heightens some positive perspectives to strengthen the technical capacity for national statistical systems in Latin-America and the Caribbean.

And taking this as an invitation to check it out, I can assure that there won’t be any waist of time given the availability and scope of resources displayed there.



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