Description and Format
|Survey Design and Implementation|
This document provides a description of how the survey was designed and implemented. It also contains codes for variables not found in the questionnaires, an explanation of how the aggregate variables were created, and information on the Nepalese calendar.
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The questionnaire is an essential tool for using the data. In addition to containing the questions, it also contains codes and skip patterns.
The community questionnaires collect information on the communities in which the households selected for the survey reside. There are separate questionnaires for the communities depending on their location in urban or rural areas. The information collected in both urban and rural areas includes population characteristics and infrastructure, access to facilities, and markets and prices. In rural areas only, information was collected on agriculture and forestry, migration, development programs, user groups, and quality of life, primary schools, and health facilities.
|All Questionnaires |
All of the questionnaires zipped into one file are provided here for ease of downloading.
This manual was used to provide the interviewers with instructions on how to implement the survey. Key definitions are included along with specific instructions on how to administer every module of the questionnaire. Information on special codes used are also included.
This manual explains the duties of the supervisors. It explains the importance of strict supervision of the field work and instruction on how to administer the survey.
PDF (1.1 MB)
This document contains information on all of the variables and codes found in the household files.
PDF (2.0 MB)
|Rural and Urban Community Codebook|
This document contains information on all of the variables and codes found in the rural and urban community level files.
PDF (1.5 MB)
This document provides informatoin on the main findings from the survey data.