This publication is about how to monitor tenure security for all using comparable land indicator. The publication includes the three land questionnaire modules tested and the How-To-Do-Data Collection Manual for survey data collection practitioners. Tenure security indicator is one of the GLII’s set of 15 indicators for monitoring land governance issues; developed by GLII platform members. This indicator was successfully proposed by GLII platform members and with the support of other development actors secured inclusion in the SDGs monitoring framework under Sustainable Development Goal 1, Ending poverty in all its form, everywhere.
This report therefore, presents key lessons learnt in undertaking comprehensive land tenure data collection of tenure security of land and dwellings at individual, household and community level in rural and urban areas. It documents household survey processes used in data collection, testing comparability, level of customization required on the questions, and provide key lessons in the application of the questionnaires in measuring tenure security in three geographical and culturally different countries. This publication is linked to GLII Working Paper No. 5 (2017) Training Curriculum Sourcebook: Methodologies for Data Collection and Reporting on Land Indicators, For Data Producers and Users.