hh

Content
Cases 6250
Variable(s) 74
Structure Type: relational
Key(s):  HH1  ( Cluster number ) , HH2  ( Household number )
Version Dataset version 1.0 (December 11, 2007) - used for the preparation of final report tabulations
Producer Dataset produced by Statistical Institute of Jamaica.
Processing Checks
Missing Data

Variables List

# Name Label Type Format Valid Invalid Question
1 HH1 Cluster number Continuous numeric 7.0 6250 0  
2 HH2 Household number Continuous numeric 5.0 6250 0  
3 HH1A parish Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
4 HH1B constituency Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
5 HH1C enumeration district Continuous numeric 3.0 6250 0  
6 HH2A dwelling number Continuous numeric 3.0 6250 0  
7 HH2B household number Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
8 HH3 Interviewer number Continuous numeric 4.0 6250 0  
9 HH4 Supervisor Number Continuous numeric 4.0 6250 0  
10 HH5D Day of interview Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
11 HH5M Month of interview Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
12 HH5Y Year of interview Continuous numeric 4.0 6250 0  
13 HH6 Area Discrete numeric 1.0 6250 0  
14 HH9 Result of HH interview Discrete numeric 1.0 6250 0  
15 HH10 Respondent HH questionnaire Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
16 HH11 Number of household members Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
17 HH12 Total eligible women Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
18 HH13 Women interviews completed Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
19 HH14 Total children under 5 Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
# Name Label Type Format Valid Invalid Question
20 HH15 Child interviews completed Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
21 HH16 Data entry clerk Continuous numeric 2.0 6250 0  
22 HHS Serial Number Continuous numeric 4.0 6250 0  
23 TOHL6 Total number of Women 15-49 Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
24 TOHL7 Total number of Children 5-14 Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
25 TOHL8 Total number of Children Under 5 years Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
26 TOHL8A Total adults very sick Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
27 TOHL9 Total mothers dead Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
28 TOHL10A Total mothers very sick Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
29 TOHL11 Total fathers dead Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
30 TOHL12A Total fathers very sick Continuous numeric 2.0 4767 1483  
31 HL13 Main source info. Discrete numeric 1.0 4767 1483 What is the main source of information on national issues for this household?
32 HL14 Distance to Health centre Discrete numeric 1.0 4767 1483 What is the distance to the nearest Health Centre?
33 WS1 Main source of drinking water Discrete numeric 2.0 4767 1483 What is the main source of drinking water for members of your household?
34 WS2 Main source of water used for other purposes (if bottled wat Discrete numeric 2.0 94 6156 What is the main source of water used by your household for other purposes such as cooking and handwashing?
35 WS3 Time to get water and come back Continuous numeric 3.0 784 5466 How long does it take to go there, get water, and come back?
36 WS4 Person fetching water Discrete numeric 1.0 802 5448 Who usually goes to this source to fetch the water for your household? Probe: Is this person under age 15? What sex?
37 WS4A How Frequently is water available Discrete numeric 1.0 4767 1483 In the last two weeks how often has water been available from this source?
38 WS5 Treat water to make safer for drinking Discrete numeric 1.0 4767 1483 Do you treat your water in any way to make it safer to drink?
39 WS6A Boil Discrete character 1 1545 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
# Name Label Type Format Valid Invalid Question
40 WS6B Add bleach/chlorine Discrete character 1 1253 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
41 WS6C Strain it through a cloth Discrete character 1 40 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
42 WS6D Use water filter Discrete character 1 104 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
43 WS6E Solar disinfection Discrete character 1 8 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
44 WS6F Let it stand and settle Discrete character 1 110 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
45 WS6X Other Discrete character 1 27 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
46 WS6Z DK Discrete character 1 6 0 What do you usually do to the water to make it safer to drink? Anything else?
47 WS7 Kind of toilet facility Discrete numeric 2.0 4767 1483 What kind of toilet facility do members of your household usually use? If "flush" or "pour flush", probe: Where does it flush to?
48 WS8 Toilet facility shared Discrete numeric 1.0 4732 1518 Do you share this facility with other households?
49 WS9 Households using this toilet facility Continuous numeric 2.0 821 5429 How many households in total use this toilet facility?
50 ED9 Distance to nearest Primary School Continuous numeric 1.0 4767 1483 What is the distance to the nearest Primary school?
51 ED10 Distance to nearest Secondary School Continuous numeric 1.0 4767 1483 What is the distance to the nearest Secondary school?
52 OV2 HH member died in past 12 months Discrete numeric 1.0 2558 3692 I would like you to think back over the past 12 months. Has any usual member of your household died in the last 12 months?
53 OV3 Dead members were aged 15-59 Discrete numeric 1.0 66 6184 (Of those who died in the past 12 months) were any of these people between the ages of 18 and 59?
54 OV4 Dead members were sick 3 months Discrete numeric 1.0 22 6228 (Of those who died in the past 12 months and were between the ages of 18 and 59) were any of these people seriously ill for 3 of the 12 months before he/she died?
55 CD7 Total children aged 2-14 years Continuous numeric 2.0 2233 4017  
56 CD9 Rank number of child (from response box) Continuous numeric 2.0 2233 4017  
57 CD11 Child line number Continuous numeric 2.0      
58 CD12A Took away privileges Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Took away privileges, forbade something (name) liked or did not allow him/her to leave house).
59 CD12B Explaned why something was wrong Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Explained why something (the behavior) was wrong.
# Name Label Type Format Valid Invalid Question
60 CD12C Shook him/her Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Shook him/her.
61 CD12D Shouted yelled at or screamed at him/her Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Shouted, yelled at or screamed at him/her.
62 CD12E Gave him/her something else to do Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Gave him/her something else to do.
63 CD12F Spanked, hit or slapped him/her with bare hand Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Spanked, hit or slapped him/her on the bottom with bare hand.
64 CD12G Hit him/her on the bottom with or elsewhere with a belt Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Hit him/her on the bottom or elsewhere on the body with something like a belt, hairbrush, stick or other hard object.
65 CD12H Called him/her dumb, lazy Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Called him/her dumb, lazy, or another name like that.
66 CD12I Hit or slapped him/her on the face Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Hit or slapped him/her on the face, head or ears.
67 CD12J Hit or slapped him/her on the hand Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Hit or slapped him/her on the hand, arm, or leg.
68 CD12K Beat him/her up with an implement Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Beat him/her up with an implement (hit over and over as hard as one could).
69 CD12L Did name ever require medical attention Continuous numeric 1.0 2233 4017  
70 CD13 Do you believe to bring up you nedd to punish him/her Discrete numeric 1.0 2233 4017 Do you believe that in order to bring up (raise, educate) (name) properly, you need to physically punish him/her?
71 hhweight Household sample weight Continuous numeric 9.6 6250 0  
72 helevel Education of household head Discrete numeric 8.0 4767 1483  
73 hhsex Sex of household head Discrete numeric 8.0 4767 1483  
74 TOT_URB TOTAL URBAN Continuous numeric 8.0 3411 2839  
Generated: MAR-03-2008 using the IHSN Microdata Management Toolkit