Variable CA13 : What was done to dispose of the stools
Valid case(s): 2791 (2789.7)
Invalid: 1633 (1625.1)
Children aged 0-4
Source of information
The mother or caretaker of the child aged 0-4.
|1||Child used toilet/latrine||90||88||3.1%|
|2||Put/rinsed into toilet or latrine||703||789||28.3%|
|3||Put/rinsed into drain or ditch||1037||1065||38.2%|
|4||Thrown into garbage (solid waste)||827||706||25.3%|
|6||Left in the open||1||0||0.0%|
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Check UF11: Child aged under 3? Yes. Continue with CA13 No. Go to CA14
The last time (name) passed stools, what was done to dispose of the stools?
CA13 is used to filter out children aged 3, 4 and 5 years, since the next question is to be asked only of children under age three. Check UF11; if the child is under three (he/she is 0, 1 or 2 years old), mark the box corresponding to 'Yes' and continue with the next question. If the child is not under three (she/he is 3, 4 or 5 years old), mark the box corresponding to 'No' and skip to CA14. --- The purpose of this question is to know what was done with the most recent stools passed by the child in the household. The safe disposal of children's stools is of particular importance because children's stools are the most likely cause of faecal contamination to the immediate household environment. Correct disposal of stools is linked with lower risks of diarrhoea. Respondents are asked where they usually dispose of their children's stools if the child did not use the toilet facility. Circle the most appropriate code.