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  • interim assessment
  • nutrition
  • rwanda
  • zone of influence

Feed the Future Rwanda Interim Survey in the Zone of Influence, Household File

Feed the Future Rwanda Interim Survey in the Zone of Influence, Household File

Feed the Future Rwanda Interim Survey in the Zone of Influence: This dataset is a household-level file with records for each sampled household with a completed interview (n=1,066, variables=89). The file contains one record per household including data from Modules A, D, and F.

Columns

NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
cmisscmisscmissTextIs the Module C record missing for the household?
nages30_34nages30_34nages30_34NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 30 to 34 years old.
nages0_4nages0_4nages0_4NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 0 to 4 years old.
severehungerseverehungerseverehungerCheckboxThis dichotomous variable indicates that a household experiences severe hunger (4 or more on the household hunger scale).
nages60_64nages60_64nages60_64NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 60 to 64 years old.
nages90_94nages90_94nages90_94NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 90 to 94 years old.
surveysurveysurveyTextThese data were collected in the 2015 Interim Zone of Influence Survey.
f06f06f06TextHow often did this happen in the past 4 weeks 30 days?
nages35_39nages35_39nages35_39NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 35 to 39 years old.
d02d02d02TextObserved floor material
nages50_54nages50_54nages50_54NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 50 to 54 years old.
nages25_29nages25_29nages25_29NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 25 to 29 years old.
modhungermodhungermodhungerCheckboxThis dichotomous variable indicates that a household experiences moderate hunger (2 or 3 on the household hunger scale).
countrycountrycountryTextThese data were collected in the Feed the Future Zone of Influence in Rwanda.
d07d07d07TextHow many households use this toilet?
a05a05a05NumberDistrict
dmissdmissdmissTextIs the Module D record missing for the household?
nages20_24nages20_24nages20_24NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 20 to 24 years old.
personsperroompersonsperroompersonsperroomNumberThis measure is the number of household members per sleeping room in the household. It is created by dividing HHSIZE by the number of sleeping rooms (D04).
newf04newf04newf04TextThis is a recode of F03 and F04. It shows how often household members went to sleep hungry because there was not enough food.
f01f01f01CheckboxIn the past 4 weeks 30 days was there ever no food to eat of any kind in your house because of lack of resources to get food?
wallcatwallcatwallcatTextThis measure is a recoded category of variable D03, roof type. The variable is classified into three categories, Natural, Rudimentary, and Finished, according to the classification used in the questionnaire.
a19_4a19_4a19_4TextNative language of respondent SELECT ALL THAT APPLY 4 - Other (specify)
d05d05d05TextWhat is the main type of toilet your household uses?
solidfuelsolidfuelsolidfuelCheckboxThis variable is a recode of variable D10 and identifies the type of primary fuel used for cooking. Solid fuel is coded as a 1 and includes any biomass, such as coal, lignite, charcoal, wood, straw shrubs grass, agricultural crop residue, and animal dung. Those households who use liquid or gas fuels or electricity for cooking are coded as a 0.
f04f04f04TextHow often did this happen in the past 4 weeks 30 days?
a11a11a11NumberTotal number of women 15-49
hungerscalehungerscalehungerscaleNumberDerived household hunger scale, ranging from 0 to 6 where higher values indicate greater hunger and food insecurity.
impwaterimpwaterimpwaterTextThis is a binary indicator of improved drinking water. It is recoded from variable D08 using WHO and UNICEF classifications. Improved water includes piped water, tube well borehole, protected dug well, protected spring, and rainwater collection. Unimproved sources include unprotected dug well, unprotected spring, cart with small tank, tanker trucks, bottled water, and surface water.
a19_1a19_1a19_1TextNative language of respondent SELECT ALL THAT APPLY 1 - Kinyarwanda
d04d04d04TextHow many rooms in this dwelling are used for sleeping?
d09d09d09CheckboxDoes this household have electricity?
f02f02f02TextHow often did this happen in the past 4weeks 30 days
a19_3a19_3a19_3TextNative language of respondent SELECT ALL THAT APPLY 3 - English
a06a06a06TextProvince
nages15_19nages15_19nages15_19NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 15 to 19 years old.
pbs_idpbs_idpbs_idNumberAdministrative variable for identifying households
stratumstratumstratumNumberAdministrative variable for identifying the strata of sampling designs. Unstratified samples have a constant value of 1.
a12a12a12NumberTotal number of children 0-3
hhhungerhhhungerhhhungerTextThis variable is an indicator that a household experiences moderate or severe HH hunger. The weighted mean of this variable is the Feed the Future Indicator of household hunger.
nages10_14nages10_14nages10_14NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 10 to 14 years old.
a04a04a04NumberSector
maxeducatmaxeducatmaxeducatTextThis variable is a recode of the maximum level of household education, maxedu. It contains four categories: None, Less than primary, Primary, and Secondary or more. It represents the category of the highest level of education in the household.
urbrururbrururbrurTextLocation type (urban rural)
nages80_84nages80_84nages80_84NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 80 to 84 years old.
nkids0_4nkids0_4nkids0_4NumberThis measure is a count of the children aged 0 to 4 years (i.e., less than 5 years) in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
todaytodaytodayCalendar dateSurvey Date
newf02newf02newf02TextThis is a recode of F01 and F02. It shows how often the household was unable to eat because there was no food and the household lacked the resources to acquire food.
nyouth15_29nyouth15_29nyouth15_29NumberThis measure is a count of youth aged 15 to 29 years (i.e., greater than 14 years and less than 30 years) in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
impsanitationimpsanitationimpsanitationTextThis is a binary indicator of access to improved sanitation facilities. The variable is based on questions D05 and D06 following WHO and UNICEF classifications. Improved sanitation is classified as flush or pour toilets that are flushed to piped sewer systems, septic tanks, pit latrines, or unknown places. It also included ventilated improved pit latrines, pit latrines with slabs, and composting toilets. Unimproved sanitation is flush toilets that flush to elsewhere, pit latrines without a slab open pit, bucket, hanging toilets, or no facilities, bush, field. All shared or public facilities are not counted as improved.
littlehungerlittlehungerlittlehungerCheckboxThis dichotomous variable indicates that a household experiences little or no hunger (0 or 1 on the household hunger scale).
nfemaleadultsnfemaleadultsnfemaleadultsNumberThis measure is a count of the women aged 18 and older in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
roofcatroofcatroofcatTextThis measure is a recoded category of variable D01, roof type. The variable is classified into three categories, natural, rudimentary, and finished, according to the classification used in the questionnaire.
newf06newf06newf06TextThis is a recode of F05 and F06. It shows how often household members went all day without eating.
nages55_59nages55_59nages55_59NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 55 to 59 years old.
nkids0_1nkids0_1nkids0_1NumberThis measure is a count of the children aged 0 to 1 years (i.e., less than 2 years) in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
a10a10a10NumberTotal persons in household
ghhtghhtghhtTextDerived gendered household type
a19_2a19_2a19_2TextNative language of respondent SELECT ALL THAT APPLY 2 - French
d06d06d06CheckboxDo you share this toilet with other households?
nages85_89nages85_89nages85_89NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 85 to 89 years old.
a20a20a20CheckboxWas a translator used?
a13a13a13NumberLine number (i.e., IDCODE) of respondent to Module C
floorcatfloorcatfloorcatTextThis measure is a recoded category of variable D02, roof type. The variable is classified into three categories, Natural, Rudimentary, and Finished, according to the classification used in the questionnaire.
f05f05f05CheckboxIn the past 4 weeks 30 days did you or any household member go a whole day and night without eating anything at all because there was not enough food?
electricelectricelectricCheckboxThis variable is a recode of D09 and indicates, with a 1, that a household has access to electricity.
a18a18a18TextLanguage of interview
nages40_44nages40_44nages40_44NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 40 to 44 years old.
nages70_74nages70_74nages70_74NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 70 to 74 years old.
nages65_69nages65_69nages65_69NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 65 to 69 years old.
outcomeoutcomeoutcomeTextA09. overall result code
hhsizecathhsizecathhsizecatTextThis measure if a recode of the HHSIZE variable. Households are classified by the number of individuals living in the household, where those with 1-5 household members are termed small, those with 6-10 members are termed medium, and those with 11 or more are termed large.
hh_wthh_wthh_wtNumberAdministrative variable of the design weight, adjusted for household non-response.
clusterclusterclusterNumberCluster number
a03a03a03NumberVillage
f03f03f03CheckboxIn the past 4 weeks 30 days did you or any household member go to sleep at night hungry because there was not enough food?
hhsizehhsizehhsizeNumberDerived number of individuals in the household based on the household roster
d01d01d01TextObserved roof top material (outer covering)
nkids5_17nkids5_17nkids5_17NumberThis measure is a count of the children aged 5 to 17 years (i.e., greater than 4 years and less than 18 years) in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
d10d10d10TextWhat is the main source of cooking fuel for your household?
fmissfmissfmissTextIs the Module F record missing for the household?
nmaleadultsnmaleadultsnmaleadultsNumberThis measure is a count of the men aged 18 and older in the household roster. The AGE and SEX variables in the HHMEMBERS file are used to generate these variables. The age and sex information collected in individual modules were not used for these measures in order to ensure that the information came from the same source.
nages95_nages95_nages95_NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are 95 years old or older.
d03d03d03TextObserved exterior walls
a17a17a17TextLanguage of questionnaire
d08d08d08TextWhat is the main source of drinking water for your household?
nages75_79nages75_79nages75_79NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 75 to 79 years old.
nages45_49nages45_49nages45_49NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 45 to 49 years old.
nages5_9nages5_9nages5_9NumberThis measure is a count of household members in the household who are between the ages of 5 to 9 years old.

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