African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research

The African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research (ACEIR) is a research grouping of eminent African scholars based Southern, East and West Africa. Participating institutions are the University of Cape Town (SALDRU), the University of Ghana, Legon, (ISSER), and the University of Nairobi (School of Economics). This collection highlights important datasets for poverty and inequality research for Southern African node researchers.

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Population and Housing Census 2010
Ghana, 2010
Ghana Statistical Service
Collection: African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research
ID: gha-gss-phc-2010-v1.0 Last modified: Feb 22, 2021 Views: 3691
Data available from external repository
Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey 2015-2016
Kenya, 2015-2016
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics
Collection: African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research
ID: ken-knbs-kihbs-2015-2016-v01 Last modified: Aug 15, 2022 Views: 15121
Data available from external repository
Ghana Living Standards Survey 2016-2017, Round 7
Ghana, 2016-2017
Ghana Statistical Service
Collection: African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research
ID: gha-gss-glss7-2016-2017-v1 Last modified: Feb 22, 2021 Views: 1489
Data available from external repository
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