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This dataset contains information from the post-2013 round of Land Governance and Assessment Framework (LGAF) of the World Bank. The 2016 LGAF dataset consists of 27 core land governance indicators, which are then further broken down into a total of 116 dimensions. These dimensions are scored by selecting an appropriate answer among a list of pre-coded statements that draw on global experience. "A" stands for good practice, "D" stands for weak practice. Depending on the country context, a few dimensions may not be eligible for scoring, or sub-dimensions can be added.

(i) Clear rationale for fee determination; (ii) public schedule measured on a scale from A - which stands for good practices - to D - reflecting weak practices. For more information please visit http://go.worldbank.org/21M7S7AZO0

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws require governments to follow a gender-sensitve approach to providing compensation, accounting for the varying ways in which women and men depend on and use land.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide all displaced populations with a right to alternative land and/or housing when their land is expropriated. This indicator is based on Section 16.8 of the VGGTs, which establishes that "evictions and relocations should not result in individuals being rendered homeless or vulnerable to the violation of human rights.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide affected landholders with the right to appeal or challenge compensation decisions in court.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide displaced populations with the right to be consulted during the resettlement process after their land is expropriated.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide affected populations with a right to negotiate compensation levels.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide all populations displaced by expropriation with a right to productive alternative land or suitable alternative housing. This indicator is based on Section 16.8 of the VGGTs, which establishes that "evictions and relocations should not result in individuals being rendered homeless or vulnerable to the violation of human rights.

This qualitative dataset shows how national laws measure up against the international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The UN Committee on World Food Security, a body consisting of 193 governments, endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. The dataset contains indicators which ask yes or no questions about the legal provisions established in national laws.

This indicator asks whether national laws provide relocation allowance to all displaced populations to cover transportation and other costs associated with moving to alternative land after expropriation occurs. This indicator is based on Section 16.8 of the VGGTs, which establishes that"evictions and relocations should not result in individuals being rendered homeless or vulnerable to the violation of human rights.

This dataset contains information from the pre-2013 round of Land Governance and Assessment Framework (LGAF) of the World Bank. The 2013 LGAF dataset consists of 27 core land governance indicators, which are then further broken down into a total of 80 dimensions. These dimensions are scored by selecting an appropriate answer among a list of pre-coded statements that draw on global experience. "A" stands for good practice, "D" stands for weak practice. Depending on the country context, a few dimensions may not be eligible for scoring, or sub-dimensions can be added.

Access to conflict resolution measured on a scale from A - which stands for good practices - to D - reflecting weak practices. For more information please visit http://go.worldbank.org/21M7S7AZO0

This dataset contains indicators on the level of food security in several countries as provided by FAO. The selection of the indicators included in this dataset is based upon the FAO suite of food security indicators, which includes 30 indicators grouped along the four dimension of food security -- Availability, Access, Utilization and Stability. Data from the FAO suite of food security indicators can be accessed on FAOSTAT.

This indicator is part of the FAO Suite of Food Security Indicators -- Dimension: utilization (http://www.fao.org/economic/ess/ess-fs/ess-fadata/en/#.WTlX9BPytPU). It measures the share (%) of the total population with Access to Sanitation Facilities. Access to improved sanitation facilities refers to the percentage of the population with at least adequate access to excreta disposal facilities that can effectively prevent human, animal, and insect contact with excreta.