Variable ML9A : Where did you get the anti malaria

Overview
Type: Continuous
Format: numeric
Width: 2
Decimal(s): 0
Range: 11-99
Invalid: 99
Valid case(s): 90
Invalid: 6215
Minimum: 11
Maximum: 32

File: ch

Universe
Children aged 0-4
Source of information
The mother or caretaker of the child aged 0-4.

Categories

Value Category
11 Hospital
12 Govt health centre
13 Govt health post
14 Village health worker
15 Mobile/outreach clinic
16 Other public source
21 Private hospital/clinic
22 Private physician
23 Private pharmacy
24 Mobile clinic
26 Other private medical
31 Relative or friend
32 Shop
33 Traditional practitioner
96 Other
98 DK
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.

Literal question
Where did you get the (name of anti-malarial from ML4 or ML7)?
Post-question
If more than one anti-malarial is mentioned in ML4 or ML7, refer to the first anti-malarial given for the fever (the anti-malarial given on the day recorded in ML9).
Interviewer instructions
The intent of this question is to identify where the antimalarial first given for fever was obtained. If more than one antimalarial is mentioned in ML4 or ML7, refer to the first antimalarial given - that is, the antimalarial given on the day recorded in ML9.
 
Circle the code corresponding to the answer given. If the respondent obtained the antimalarial from a medical sector source, ask whether the place is in the public (run by the government) or private sector. If the place is in the public sector, but is not one of the pre-coded choices, write the description in the space provided for 'Other public' and circle '16'. Similarly, if the place is in the private medical sector, but is not one of the pre-coded categories, write the description in the space provided for 'Other private medical' and circle '26'. 

If the respondent answers that the antimalarial was obtained from another place not listed, write the description of the place in the space provided for 'Other' and circle '96'. Then notify your supervisor. Your supervisor will learn from other people in the community whether the place is public or private and then circle the code corresponding to the response. Circle '98' if the respondent does not know where the antimalarial was obtained.
Generated: MAR-20-2008 using the IHSN Microdata Management Toolkit