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The dataset "LGAF Scorecards 2016" 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) : Very Good Practice
- (B) : Good Practice
- (C) : Weak Practice
- (D) : Very Weak Practice
Depending on the country context, a few dimensions may not be eligible for scoring, or sub-dimensions can be added.
It is available online information on specific country values and on the methodology (old website).
Source data is available (as xlsx, pdf and text) in a single file showing all LGAF scorecards completed since 2013 that allows for comparison and identifcation of good practice across countries.
Also, there are some related publications:
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