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Uganda national household survey, 2009/2010

Uganda Bureau of Statistics

Uganda national household survey, 2009/2010

socio-economic module : abridged report

by Uganda Bureau of Statistics

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Published by Uganda Bureau of Statistics in Kampala .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSocio-economic module :
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 205 p. :
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25055804M
LC Control Number2011343336

As a result of various interventions, the Uganda National Household Survey indicated an overall literacy rate of 73% among persons aged 10 years and above. It further indicated that men were more literate compared to the women with literacy rates of 72% and 65% respectively. The Uganda Demographic and Health Survey ( UDHS) was implemented by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics from May through December The funding for the UDHS was provided by the government of Uganda, USAID, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, Irish Aid, and the UK government.

  Data source. This paper used the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) data with permission from the Uganda Bureau of Statistics. The UNHS was a cross sectional survey that covered individual and household characteristics including demographic and socio-economic characteristics, disability, self-reported NCDs and health seeking behavior of by: From a pooled-cross section analysis on sample survey data from the Uganda National Household Survey / (UNHS III) and / (UNHS IV), results show that due to significant positive correlations between remittances and the attributes of housing tenure (own and rent) and housing quality (access to utilities and physical condition of.

In Uganda, the population of older persons increased from million in to million in and is expected to increase from million in to million by According to the Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (UDHS), the national prevalence of disability in Uganda was 19%.Cited by: UNEPI Uganda National Expanded Programme on Immunisation UNHS Uganda National Household Survey UNMHCP Uganda National Minimum Health Care Package UPE Universal Primary Education UPHC Uganda Population and Housing Census URA Uganda Revenue Authority USE Universal Secondary Education.


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Study description; Documentation; Data. 12 rows  Uganda National Panel Survey Fact Sheet () 24/03/ KB:. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Uganda national household survey, / socio-economic module: abridged report in SearchWorks catalog.

The Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) /10 is the latest in a series of household surveys that started in The survey collected information on Socio-economic characteristics at both household and community levels as well as information on the informal sector.

The main objective of the survey was to collect high quality data. The Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) consisted of six modules: socioeconomic, labor force, informal sector, community, price, and qualitative modules.

The main objective of the survey was to collect data on Uganda national household survey characteristics at both the household and community levels.

The /10 Uganda National Panel Survey covered the following topics: Household identification particulars and geographic identification - Staff details and survey time - Household roster - General information on household members - Education (all persons 5 years and above) - Health - Child nutrition and health (for all children months old) - Disability - Labor force status (for.

Survey – / Although this was a national survey covering 6, households, this paper utilizes data f children of age18 years and younger, to provide a nalyses of child poverty in Uganda. The /11 Uganda National Panel Survey (UNPS) was the second survey that the Uganda Bureau of Statistics conducted in a series of household 2009/2010 book that started in The data was a main source of statistical information for monitoring changes and transitions in poverty dynamics, trends and related welfare indicators.

The current Consumer Price Index was re based from / to /, using weights derived from the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS IV) that was conducted from May to April During the re basing exercise, Kampala was further decomposed into three baskets from the two that has been existing.

Uganda Bureau of Statistics THE UGANDA NATIONAL PANEL SURVEY SECTION 1A: HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION PARTICULARS 1. District Name and Code 2. County/Municipality 3. Sub-County/Division/Town Council 4. Parish/Ward 5. EA 6. LC Name 7. Rural/Urban (Urban =1; Other Urban =2; Rural =3) 8. Household Sample Number 9.

Name of Household Head UBOS Celebrates The Workers Of Uganda; At the national level, the theme earmarked for the International Labour [ ] Consumer Price Index – April recorded at percent. CPI Publication April The Annual Headline Inflation for the year ending April is recorded at percent compared to [ ] Quarterly GDP For the Quarter 2.

The Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) was conducted by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics from June to June The objectives of the survey included: 1. To provide information required for monitoring the National Development Strategy, of major programs such as NAADS and General Budget Support, and also to provide.

Comprises all the IHS and UNHS household surveys carried out by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) since All files are zipped and also comprise the questionnaires (except for IHS ).The UNHS file also comprises the panel household. Cover photo “Uganda Kobs (Kobus thomasi)” © Bernard DuPont, used under Creative Commons licence (CC BY-SA ).

Recommended citation: Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) and ICF. Uganda Demographic and Health Survey Kampala, Uganda and. The /14 Uganda National Panel Survey (UNPS) is the fourth multi-topic panel household survey conducted in Uganda and follows surveys carried out in /10, /11 and / The UNPS is carried out annually, over a twelve-month period on a nationally representative sample of households.

Table Poverty from tonational and international line 4 Table Reductions in the depth and severity of poverty at the national line, to 5 Table National poverty rates by region 5 Table Spending on non-food items among poor households, and 9 Table Shared prosperity, – Uganda Bureau of Statistics ¤ Plot 9 Colville Street, Kampala Uganda ¤ Website: Tel: +(0) ¤ E-mail: [email protected] 4 Background Employs majority of the working population One third of employed persons were engaged in agriculture, forestry and fishing (Uganda National Household Survey, /13).

the Uganda National Panel Survey (UNPS) program, with financial and technical support from the Government of Netherlands, and the World Bank Living Standards Measurement Study – Integrated Surveys on Agriculture (LSMS-ISA) project.

The UNPS is a multi-topic panel household survey that commenced in /   This report evaluates the returns to education for individuals and households for Uganda using microdata from two recent time periods, / and / The data sources we used in the analysis of the wage, productivity and profit returns to education come from the Uganda National Household Survey /06 (UNHS) and the Uganda National Panel Survey [ ].

Data used in this study were from the Uganda National Household Survey – / Although this was a national survey covering 6, households, this paper utilizes data f children of age18 years and younger, to provide analyses of child poverty in Uganda.

This paper investigates the causes of gender wage differentials in Uganda. Given the potential differences in wage setting mechanisms between urban and rural labor markets, we break up the sample between rural and urban sub-samples.

We use data from the nationally representative Uganda National Household Survey for (UNHS /03).Cited by: 3.Yes, with / National Household Survey: Executing Agency: Uganda Bureau of Statistics: Access Policy: Year 1 (): Available for free download.

Year 2 (): Available for free download. Year 3 (): Available for free download. Year 4 (): Available for free download. Year 5 (): Available for free.Household, Agricultural and Community questionnaires and obtained information at the individual, household, plot, business and community levels.

The UNPS sample was a subset of about 2, households, selected from the 7, households that were visited during the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) /