Description and Format
|Basic Information Document|
This document provides information on the details of how the survey was implemented. It includes a description of the content of the questionnaires, the sample framework, the field work, how to use the data and the constructed data provided for researchers.
The questionnaires are an essential tool for using the data. The household questionnaire collects information on household composition, housing conditions, agriculture and animal husbandry, expenditures, and income.
The adult questionnaire collects information from household members 14 years of age and older. It collects information on migration, labor, medical services, evaluation of health, women's health issues, time use, and nutrition.
The child questionnaire collects information from household members under the age of 14. It collects information on migration, child care, medical services, health status, time use, and nutrition.
The price questionnaire collects information on food products and fuel in the "local area" of the household participating in the survey.
The community questionnaire collects information on the community services, infrastructure and economic structure. The information includes population and area, rights of use of land for personal and commercial purposes, distance to municipal centers and the nearest big city, existing types of housing, transportation and communication infrastructure, presence of social service facilities, restaurants and other public eating places, labor markets and employment service offices, and existence of social infrastructure.
|All Questionnaires zipped into one file|
These are zipped files containing all of the questionnaires - household, adult, child, price and community.
|Instructions for the Household Survey||This document provides the instructions that were given to the interviewers for how to conduct the household level interviews. |
|Instructions for the Price Survey|
This document provides the instructions that were given to the individuals who completed the price survey.
This document describes the sample, questionnaire development and content, interview training, field work, questionnaire coding, data entry and cleaning.
his document describes how the sample for the Kyrgyz Republic 1993 Multipurpose Poverty Survey was designed.
|Classification of Occupations|
This document contains the occupational codes used in the Kyrgyz Republic. They are slightly different from the standard codes designed by the International Labour Organization.
|Cyrillic Codes||Codes and frequencies for open-ended questions pertaining to private commercial activity in the Kyrgyz Republic. |