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Agricultural Master Sampling Frames in Practice Lessons learned from international field experiments and case studies Agricultural Master Sampling Frames in Practice Lessons learned from international field experiments and case studies
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Following the 2015 publication of the Handbook on Master Sampling Frames for Agricultural Statistics: Frame Development, Sample Design and Estimation (hereafter, the Handbook), the Global Strategy to improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) initiated a series of field test experiments aiming to answer technical questions raised by the national statistical institutes on the practical aspects of implementing the concept of the Master Sampling Frame (MSF) in their statistics production processes. Experiments were implemented in Nepal, Brazil and Rwanda, and the respective results were published in Delincé (2017), Ferraz (2018) and Lemoine (unpublished). GSARS-supported activities in Morocco, China, India, Côte d’Ivoire and Malawi also provided useful material, reported in this publication in the form of case studies. The building process and use of an agricultural MSF has been considered as a starting point to integrate agricultural and rural statistics into national statistical systems. This report is part of a series of publications that not only provides support in this respect but also adds to the goal of fostering the sustainability of countries’ statistical systems, and statistical capacity building. Readers interested in exploring MSF concepts and methods related to agricultural surveys are directed to the numerous publications available on the GSARS website (http://www.gsars.org)
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