Variable OV8A : Line number
Valid case(s): 874 (872.6)
Invalid: 14769 (14825.4)
Children living in households with at least one child considered as an orphan or asa child made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS
Source of information
Head of household or other responsible household member
Return to the Household Listing and check the following: 1. Check totals for HL9 and HL11. At least one mother or father dead. Go to OV8 No mother or father dead 2. Check totals for HL8A. At least one adult aged 18-59 very sick 3 of last 12 months. Go to OV8 No adult aged 18-59 very sick 3 of last 12 months 3. Check totals for HL10A and HL12A. At least one mother or father ill 3 of last 12 months. Go to OV8 No mother or father ill 3 of last 12 months. Go to Next Module List all children aged 0-17 below. Record names, line numbers and ages of all children, beginning with the first child and continue in order in which listed in the household listing module. Use a continuation sheet if there are more than 4 children age 0-17 in the household. Ask all questions for one child before moving to the next child. Line number (from HL1)
Return to the Household Listing and check the following: 1. Whether the total number of mothers dead is higher than 0 or the total number of fathers dead is higher than 0 (from HL9 and HL11). 2. Whether the number of adults aged 18-59 years in the household who were very sick for at least 3 months during the past 12 months is higher than 0. 3. Whether the number of mothers or fathers who are not living in the household and were very sick for at least 3 months during the past 12 months is higher than 0. If any of these totals are higher than 0, this means that the household includes orphaned or vulnerable children and questions OV8 - OV18 should be asked. --- All children in the household are considered vulnerable if there is a 'Yes' response to question OV4, or if any of the checks yield a value of more than '0' in OV5. Thus all children will be listed in this module. If there are more than four children in the household, a separate questionnaire should be used for those children. Be sure to ask questions OV10-OV18 for the first child before you start with the second child.