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Malawi Integrated Household Survey
Year 1: 2010-2011 / Year 2: 2013

Sample Size:Year 1: 12,271
Year 2: 4,000
Coverage:National
Domains:Urban/Rural; Regions (North, Central, South)
Collection Dates:Year 1: March 2010 - March 2011
Year 2: April - November 2013
Panel:Yes
Executing Agency:Malawi National Statistics Office
Access Policy:Year 1 (2010-2011): Available for free download

Year 2 (2013): Available for free download
Other LSMS surveys for this country:Malawi 2004 - 2005 Second Integrated Household Survey
Comments:This survey was done as part of the Living Standards Measurement Study - Integrated Surveys on Agriculture (LSMS-ISA) project.

2010-2011 Third Integrated Household Survey Documentation

Basic Information Document
LSMS-ISA: Basic Information Document

The Basic Information Document describes the design and implementation of the Third Integrated Household Survey. It provides detailed information on the methodology used to implement the survey, as well as codes for variables not found in the questionnaires.

Questionnaires
LSMS-ISA: Questionnaires

The questionnaires are essential tools for using the Third Integrated Household Survey data, and contain codes as well as skip patterns. For more information on the contents of the questionnaires, see the Basic Information Document.

Field Manuals
LSMS-ISA: Field Manuals

The Field Manuals provide valuable information on the details of the implementation of 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.

Supplemental Instructions
LSMS-ISA: Supplemental Instructions

The supplemental instructions were provided to the enumerators after the survey had started, and contained additional details on the implementation of the survey.

Photo Aids
LSMS-ISA: Photo Aids

These photos were used to assist households in estimating the amount of food products consumed by the household.

Food Conversion Factors
LSMS-ISA: Food Conversion Factors

This document contains information on the kilogram-equivalent measures of non-standard measurement units.

Geovariables
LSMS-ISA: Geovariables

This note describes the geospatial variables that were provided by using the georeferenced plot and household location in conjuction with various geospatial databases that were available to the survey team.

Final Report
LSMS-ISA: Geovariables

This final report analyzes the household socioeconomic characteristics as found in the IHS3. The report also contains details on the construction of the consumption aggregate in Chapter 13 and Appendix B.

2013 Integrated Household Panel Survey Documentation

Basic Information Document
LSMS-ISA: BID

This document provides a description of how the survey was designed and implemented. It also contains codes for variables not found in the questionnaires.

Methdology for Poverty Measurement
LSMS-ISA: BID

This document explains the steps involved in the construction of the consumption aggregate, the derivation of the poverty line and the estimation of the poverty measures..

Questionnaires
LSMS-ISA: Questionnaires

The questionnaires are essential tools for using the Integrated Household Panel Survey data, and contain codes as well as skip patterns.

Manuals
LSMS-ISA: Manuals

The manuals were used to provide the interviewers with instructions on how to implement the household questionnaire, agriculture, and fishery questionnaires, as well as to guide the field supervisors in their duties. 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.

Tracking Forms
LSMS-ISA: Tracking Forms

These forms were used to provide information for households that had moved between the time of the 2010 survey and the 2013 revisit.

Photo Aids for Food Consumption
LSMS-ISA: Photo Aids

Photos used to assist households in estimating the amount of food products consumed by the household.

Geovariables
LSMS-ISA: Geovariables

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.

Final Report
LSMS-ISA: Geovariables

The Final Report presents the results from the survey.


Last updated: 2015-01-26




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