Sex-disaggregated data on land rights will prove critical to measuring progress and go a long way toward informing development priorities and poverty alleviation strategies, writes Diana Fletschner, senior director of research, monitoring and evaluation at Landesa.

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  • Diana Fletschner

    Diana Fletschner is senior director of research, monitoring and evaluation with Landesa, a global development nonprofit that works to secure land rights for the world’s poor women and men. Follow us @Landesa_Global and visit http://landpost2015.landesa.org/