Description and Format
This document provides a description of how the survey was designed and implemented. It also contains codes for variables not found in the questionnaires.
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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.
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This questionnaire collects information on the 2009/10 rainy and the 2010 dry (dimba) seasons for panel households. For the cross section households, the reference rainy season could have been 2008/09 or 2009/10, while the reference dimba season couldhave been 2009 or 2010, depending on when the household was interviewed.
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This questionnaire collects information household fishing activities, equipment for fishing, and purchases and sales associated with the household's fishing activities.
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The community questionnaires collect information on the communities in which the households selected for the survey reside.
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|Enumerator Manual for the Household Questionnaire|
This manual was used to provide the interviewers with instructions on how to implement the household questionnaire. 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.
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|Enumerator Manual for the Agriculture Questionnaire and the Fishery Questionnaire|
This manual was used to provide the interviewers with instructions on how to implement the agriculture and fishery questionnaires. Key definitions are included along with specific instructions on how to administer every module of the questionnaire.PDF (839 Kb)
|Field Supervisor Manual|
This manual explains the duties of the Field Supervisors. The Field Supervisors directly supervised the work of the enumerators in the implementation of the survey.
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These forms were used to provide information for households that had moved between the time of the 2010 survey and the 2013 revisit.
Form 0 PDF (349 Kb) Form 1 PDF (61 Kb) Form 2 PDF (68 Kb)
|Photo Aid for Collecting Food Consumption Information|
Photos used to assist households in estimating the amount of food products consumed by the household.PDF (1.1Mb)
This note describes the geospatial variables that have been provided by using the georeferenced plot and houeshold location in conjuction with various geospatial databases that were available to the survey team.
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|Final Report||The final report for the IHPS survey is available on the Malawi NSO web site.|
|Final Report||The final report for the IHPS survey is available on the Malawi NSO web siteMethodology for Poverty Analysis in Malawi in 2010-2013.|