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Côte d'Ivoire 1988

Enquête Permanente Auprès des Ménages

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Sample Size: 1,600
Coverage: National
Domains: Urban/rural; Regions (East Forest, West Forest,
 East Savannah, West Savannah)
Collection Dates: May 1988 - April 1989
Panel:  Yes, with 1985, 1986, 1987
Executing Agency:  Direction de la Statistique
Access Policy:  Available for free download
Other LSMS surveys for this country:  198519861987
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Documentation

File Name

Description and Format

Basic Information

Describes the design of the survey and its coverage for potential users and provides general information about the general characteristics of the 1985-1988 surveys. It also discusses the data files and constructed variables. This document is common to all the 1985-1988 CILSS surveys and is available both in English and French.

PDF (765 Kb) EnglishPDF (788 Kb) French
PDF (334 Kb) PostScript in English

PDF (377 Kb) PostScript in French

 

Construction of Analytic Variables

This document contains the method of construction of analytic variables and data sets using data from the 1985-1988 Cote d'Ivoire Living Standards Surveys. This document is common to all the 1985-1988 CILSS surveys.

PDF (2.2 Mb) English only

  

Community Questionnaire Code Book

This document contains Code book for the 1985-1988 community questionnaire. This document is common to all the 1985-1988 CILSS surveys.

PDF (660 Kb) English only

 

Household Questionnaire

This questionnaire is an essential tool for using the 1986 CILSS data. In addition to the questions, it also contains codes and skip patterns. For the convenience of those who may find it difficult to read the PDF version directly (because of its size), we have also put the zipped version below.

PDF (1.5 Mb) French Part APDF (1.6 Mb) French Part B
PDF (2.9 Mb) Whole document in French

 

Means Tables

This document contains means, standard deviations, minimum and maximum values, and the number of observations for each variable in each file in the CILSS 1988 survey.

PDF (2.0 Mb) 

 





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