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Training Course on 'Census Survey Design and Sampling Techniques' in Yemen
 
Date : 04-06 September 2013 Venue : Sana’a Yemen

The Centre organised a training course on 'Census Survey Design and Sampling Techniques' at the Central Statistical Organization in Sana'a, Yemen on 4-6 September 2013. The course was provided by Mr. Arif Cheema, an expert from the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics.

The training course on 'Census and Survey Designs and Sampling Techniques' covered the following topics:

Day 1

  • Country presentation
  • Censuses and surveys along with their frames
  • Sampling theory and its application
  • Sampling frames and their application

Day 2

  • Social surveys: Household surveys, Designs and estimation procedures
    • Living standards measurement surveys
    • Labour force surveys
    • Demographic surveys
    • Health surveys

Day 3

  • Agricultural censuses and surveys, Designs and estimation procedures
    • Crop surveys, Acreage and objective surveys
    • Livestock surveys, Number and by-product surveys
  • Establishment surveys
    • Manufacturing establishment surveys
      • Large scale manufacturing establishments
      • Small and household manufacturing establishments
    • Service establishment surveys

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