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CENSUS EVALUATION & POST ENUMERATION SURVEYS. Workshop on the 2010 World Programme on Population & Housing Censuses, September 2009. SEYCHELLES EXPERIENCE. Constraints PES dual system has not been practicable due to unavailability of independent agencies to carry out the exercise

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Census evaluation post enumeration surveys

CENSUS EVALUATION & POST ENUMERATION SURVEYS

Workshop on the 2010 World Programme on Population & Housing Censuses, September 2009


Seychelles experience

SEYCHELLES EXPERIENCE


Census evaluation post enumeration surveys

  • Constraints

  • PES dual system has not been practicable due to unavailability of independent agencies to carry out the exercise

  • PES single system costly and demanding on scarce resources availed for the census (last census was 100% government funded)


Census evaluation post enumeration surveys

  • Re-interviews by Area Supervisors, immediately after enumeration (small scale)

  • …and subsequent comparison of individual records


Last 3 censuses

LAST 3 CENSUSES


Plans for 2010 round

Plans for 2010 round

  • Proper PES envisaged to be carried out 3 months after main enumeration.

  • Survey to cover all administrative districts

  • Evaluation to consider both coverage and content

  • Single system approach foreseen


Thank you

THANK YOU


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