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AFRICA TOBACCO SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS TOBACCO FREE SCHOOL ENVIRONEMNT INITIATIVE IN ERITREA. Survey Methodology By Hagos Ahmed, NSO NATIONAL CONFERNCE ON TOBACCO FREE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9-10 JULY 2009 ASMARA. Contents. Sample design Questionnaire Design

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AFRICA TOBACCO SITUATIONAL ANALYSISTOBACCO FREE SCHOOL ENVIRONEMNT INITIATIVE IN ERITREA

Survey Methodology

By

Hagos Ahmed, NSO

NATIONAL CONFERNCE ON TOBACCO FREE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

9-10 JULY 2009

ASMARA

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Contents

  • Sample design

  • Questionnaire Design

  • Recruitment and training

  • Fieldwork and data processing

  • Coverage and Response Rate

  • Data Analysis

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Sample Design

The sample is representative and is intended to get reliable estimate of tobacco use and control indicators for both students and school personnel at:

  • Regional level

  • Middle and Secondary school level

  • WYSS

  • College

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Students

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A) Middle and Secondary School

Sample Size Determination

  • Based on the level of precision the estimates

  • Domain estimates are assumed to have same level of precision

    (Facilitates comparisons among domains)

    Assumptions

  • The 2005 proportion of any tobacco users at national level obtained by the GYTS survey (MoH) was used to determine sample size for each of the domains (p=0.082)

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Sample Size Determination Cont’d

  • Margin of error (e) of 3%

  • Non-response rate of 4.5%

  • 95% confidence Interval (z=1.96)

    Formula

    n=z2pq/e2, where q=1-p

    n=330 from each domain (Maekel, Gash-Barka, SawaSeconday, and Colledges)

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Number of Sample Schools

  • Cluster/school intake of 30 was found to be optimal in providing efficient estimates and field operational convenience

  • 11 schools each from zoba Maekel and Gash-Barka

  • The schools are distributed among the middle and secondary schools in such a way that the estimates at these levels will have similar level of precision (Middle=12, Secondary=10)

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Selection Methodology (1/3)

  • Two stage stratified cluster sampling

  • First stage: Selection of Clusters/Schools using probability proportional to size (PPS)

  • Second stage: Selection of students using linear systematic random sampling (SRS)

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Selection of Schools (2/3)

  • Sampling Frame: The 2008 List of middle and secondary schools in Maekel and Gash-Barka regions with their number of students complied by the MoE

  • Probability Proportional to Size (PPS) has been used to select the schools to be surveyed

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Selection of Students (3/3)

In Each Selected School

  • Linear systematic random sampling (SRS) methodology was used to select the sample of students

  • The 2009 list of students was used as a sampling frame

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B. WarsayYikealo Secondary School

  • Single stage stratified random sampling method (stratification=previous zoba and sex)

  • 330 Students were selected using linear systematic random sampling (SRS).

  • The 2009 list of students by stream, sex, and other characteristics was used as a sampling frame

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C. Higher level Education (1/2)

  • Single stage stratified sampling method was used (stratification=sex)

  • All colleges were covered

  • 330 students from all colleges were selected for interview

  • The sample was distributed proportionally among the colleges depending on their size

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Higher level Education (2/2)

  • In each college, the share was again allocated proportionally among diploma and degree as well as male and female students

  • In each college, separate list of male and female students arranged by year and department was used as a sampling frame to select the students to be interviewed

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School Personnel

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Selection of School Personnel (1/2)

  • Sample size=400

  • Based on margin of error of 5%, 95% confidence interval, prevalence of any tobacco use of 0.5 (maximum variability), and non-response rate of 5%.

  • Distributed un-proportionally among the domain of analysis

    (Maekel=161, GB=89, WYSS=65, and College=85)

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Selection of School Personnel(2/2)

  • The school share was allocated among males and females proportionally

  • Sample of school personnel were selected using SRS procedure mentioned above

  • In each school, the 2009 separate list of male and female school personnel was used to select the sample of school personnel

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Conceptual Framework

(2/2)

Availability and Price

Environmental Tobacco

Smoke Exposure

School curriculum and Policy

Media and Advertising

Cessation

  • The school share was allocated among males and females proportionally

  • Sample of school personnel were selected using SRS procedure mentioned above

  • In each school, the 2009 separate list of male and female school personnel was used to select the sample of school personnel

Knowledge and Attitudes

Tobacco Use prevalence

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Questionnaire Design (1/2)

  • Core GYTS and GSPS

  • GYTS and GSPS conducted in 2004 by MoH

  • Reference to questionnaires of similar studies elsewhere

  • Consultation of wide-range of literature

  • Consultation with stakeholders

  • Reflect the current situation of the country

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Questionnaire Design (2/2)

Two types of questionnaires

  • Quantitative

    Students

    School Personnel

  • Qualitative (Focus Group Discussion)

    Students and school personnel

    Key informants (MoE, MoH, NUEYS, NUEW, etc.)

    Low professionals

    Business Community

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Coverage and Response Rate

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Recruitment and Training

  • Staff from CBE, CASS, and EIT were recruited as data collectors on the basis of their experience;

  • One day training and briefing was given to the field staff;

  • Training included: (i) Presentation on questionnaire content and structure (ii) administration of the questionnaires (iii) sampling procedure (iv) data quality measurements

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Fieldwork and Data Processing

  • Following the training, fieldwork for the study was conducted within two weeks period.

  • Close monitoring and supervision was made during fieldwork to ensure that quality, complete, and consistent data is collected

  • All completed questionnaires were brought to Asmara University for data processing consisting of:

    • Manual editing;

    • Data entry; and

    • Secondary editing.

  • Data entry was done using CSPro software with 10% verification for data entry error

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Data Analysis

  • Tabulation plan prepared

  • SPSS used for analysis (simple frequencies, descriptive statistics, tables)

  • Weight variable has been inserted into data set

  • All analysis were based on weighted cases

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