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Statistical standards and measurement topics for ICT household statistics Core ICT household indicators Classificatory variables for ICT household statistics Other measurement topics related to ICT household statistics Time-related issues Chapter 5. (...) Question and questionnaire design for ICT household surveys General principles on questionnaire design for household surveys ICT model questions Questionnaire logic Chapter 7. Designing ICT household surveys Scope and coverage for households and individuals Target populations and survey frames Statistical units Sample design and selection Chapter 8.
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Score: 654156.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...IND-ITCMEAS-2009-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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Introduction • The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) has conducted two Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Household Surveys. • The first survey to be conducted was the 2010 Survey on ICT Access by Rural Households and use by Individuals. • The second survey conducted was the 2014 Survey on ICT Access by Households and use by Individuals whose scope was urban and rural households. 2. (...) Sample Design • After the 2012 Population and Housing Census ZIMSTAT constructed a Household Master Sampling Frame using Enumeration Areas and Household Lists from the Census. • The Household Master Sampling Frame cross classifies the Provinces with the land-use Sectors. • All household based surveys are based on samples taken from Household Master Sampling Frame. 2. (...) Data Collected: ICT access indicators • HH1: Proportion of households with a radio • HH2: Proportion of households with a television • HH3: Proportion of households with a telephone (mobile, fixed) • HH4: Proportion of households with a computer • HH6: Proportion of households with a Internet • HH11: Proportion of households with a Internet by type of service • HH13: Proportion of households with multichannel television • HH14: Barriers to household Internet access • HH16: Household expenditure on ICT 7.
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Score: 654112 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...babwe_ICT_household_survey.pdf
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In the 2004 survey the diary method for collecting data about household expenditure/consumption and household income was introduced. (...) The selection of households in stage three was done in field by first listing the households in the selected EA, and then selecting a systematic sample of households. (...) Household listing form The listing of households was used for sampling households, see section 4.3. 2.
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Score: 653939.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...OCT10/APCAS-10-30_-CSES_01.pdf
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The findings show that 256 thousand households (comprising 1.6 million individuals) are food insecure in Palestine today, representing %26.9 of all households. (...) The West Bank’s share of severely and moderately food insecure households has persistently decreased since 2013, to %3 and %6.2 respectively of all household by 2018. (...) As for non-food coping strategies, they were used by %26 of the households in the West Bank versus %87 of the households in Gaza Strip.
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Score: 653883.06 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...y-survey-2018-non-un-document/
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In 2014, food insecure households within the Gaza Strip account for 47 percent, while in the West Bank 16 percent of households are food insecure. (...) Gender also affects the incidence of food insecurity among Palestinian households. Almost one fourth of male-headed households are food insecure, compared to one third of female-headed households, a difference that is relatively stable across time. (...) Unemployment of the head of households is also more likely among food insecure households than food secure households.
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Score: 653802.64 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-208187/
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Rural and urban households | Guide for Monitoring and Evaluating Land Administration Programs | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Español Introduction Scope Modules Bibliography Result Frameworks Factsheets Team News Modules The module 4 Corresponds to impacts on beneficiary households where LAPs seek security and legal certainty about land ownership. Module 4: Household Livelihoods Conceptual Framework Strengthening of legal security Security of tenure and governance Influential external factors Rural and urban households Impacts of LAPs on SLs of households Results and Impacts Chain Results Framework Practical Evaluation Guide How to define rural and urban households With the aim of analysing more precisely the effects of LAPs on household livelihoods, the differences existing between rural and urban households and the use they make of their parcels should be considered. (...) For further information on the categorization of households, see the fact sheet on Diagnosis of households and characterization of the setting .
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Score: 653732.47 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ork/rural-urban-households/en/
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Methodogical questionnaire on household income and expenditure statistics Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Rep. of Title: Household Budget Survey 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION AND BASIC DEFINITIONS 1. (...) Data have been collected by household survey since 1963. 2. Purpose and coverage The following purposes are considered to be very important or of some importance: to obtain weights for consumer price index to estimate household expenditure for national accounts to study the general structure of household incomes/expenditures to study income/expenditure patterns of disadvantaged groups, including pensioner households, single parent households, etc for general poverty and/or income distribution studies to study effects on income and expenditure of policy changes, especially tax changes for market research purposes Lesser importance is attached to: to study income/expenditure disparities among socio-economic groups to study consumer behaviour among socio-economic groups Geographic coverage: National without any specific geographic areas excluded. Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base armed forces residing in private housing outside military base Units: Dwelling units are not used in the sample selection.
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Score: 653727.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/446A.html
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Methodogical questionnaire on household income and expenditure statistics Hong Kong, China Title: Hong Kong 2001 Population Census GENERAL INFORMATION AND BASIC DEFINITIONS 1. (...) Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) diplomatic households in the country households of other foreigners in the country The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) armed forces residing in private housing within military base armed forces residing in private housing outside military base Units: Dwelling units are used in the sample selection and are characterised by: single structure - detached housing unit single unit in a structure containing more than one housing unit multiple structures within a compound (e.g. huts) street address Data are recorded for the household unit which is characterised by: one person units two or more people living together: sharing a single dwelling or compound sharing meals sharing a common budget for (at least) food and housing expenditures pooling their income to some extent Data are recorded for the income unit which is characterised by: two or more people: living in the same household Unit members: Visitors (not usual residents) temporarily living in the dwelling are not included as unit members. (...) Head of unit: The concept of head of household/other unit is used in this survey and is characterised by: acknowledged as such by other household/unit members 3.
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Score: 653353.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/320B.html
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Slide 1 1 Curaçao, Household Institutional Sector Seminar National Accounts August 4-6, 2014 Santiago de Chile Roeland Dreischor, MBA 2 Curaçao, Household Institutional Sector  Contents:  National Accounts – General Overview  Household sector – Compilation method  Household sector – Bottlenecks  Household sector - Improvements 3 National Accounts - General Overview General  Implementation SNA-1993 in 2003  Central framework: – Integrated economic accounts (IEA) – Supply and Use Tables (SUT) – Cross-classification of Industries and Sectors (CCIS) 4 Total economy Rest of the world NFC-sector FC-Sector GOV & SOCSEC- sector HH-sector NPISH-sector Classification of the sectors: National Accounts - General Overview 5 National Accounts General Overview  General data sources:  Business survey  Business cycle survey  Profit & Loss statement of companies  Government Annual Report  CBS Data (e.g. Population, prices)  Other administrative data (e.g. taxis & buses, minimum wage etc.) 6 Some results after the processing: MACRO- ECONOMIC INDICATORS Gross Domestic Product Consumption Savings National Income National Disposable Income Fixed Capital Formation National disposable Income per Capita National Accounts General Overview 7  Household sector:  Households as consumers  Households as producers:  Sole proprietorship business (not quasi)  Partnerships (not quasi)  Services of owner occupied dwellings  Taxis and small buses  Paid domestic services Household sector – Compilation method 8 Household sector – Compilation method  Primary data source:  Business survey  Household budget survey  Secondary data source:  Government departments, e.g. data taxis and buses, domestic services etc.. 9 Household sector – Compilation method  The business survey:  Annual survey:  Data: output, intermediate consumption, wages and salaries, profit tax, gross capital formation, depreciation, etc.  Businesses & Institutions > 9 employees, must participate every year with the survey. (...) Average household expenditure base year  2. Household number (population) in current year  3.
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Score: 653245.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...files/2014-semcn-s3-cw-cbs.pdf
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Methodogical questionnaire on household income and expenditure statistics Australia Title: Household Expenditure Survey GENERAL INFORMATION AND BASIC DEFINITIONS 1. (...) Population coverage: 1 The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base Units: Dwelling units are used in the sample selection and are characterised by: single structure - detached housing unit single unit in a structure containing more than one housing unit Data are recorded for the household unit which is characterised by: one person units two or more people living together: sharing meals Unit members: Usual residents are always included as unit members. (...) Tabulation and Analysis: Statistics are presented showing averages per week and statistics are analysed and tabulated for households only. The following classifications are used for tabulation and analysis of income statistics: age of reference person or head of household occupation of reference person or head of household income percentiles, generally quintiles principal source of household income household size structure of household other classification, state, broad geographic area, tenure The following classifications are used for tabulation and analysis of expenditure statistics: age of reference person or head of household occupation of reference person or head of household income percentiles, generally quintiles principal source of household income household size structure of household other classification, state, broad geographic area, tenure Documentation and Dissemination: Published survey reports: hES: Summary of Results 1998-99; HES: Detailed Expenditure items 1998-99 (Cat.
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Score: 653234.03 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/505A.html
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