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Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys MICS3 Regional Training Workshop. Household Characteristics. Content. Cultural features (HC1A-HC1C) Crowding (HC2) Dwelling material (HC3, HC4, HC5) Fuel used for cooking (HC6) Cooking arrangements (HC7, HC7A, HC8) Assets (HC9, HC10). Purpose.

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Multiple indicator cluster surveys mics3 regional training workshop

Multiple Indicator Cluster SurveysMICS3Regional Training Workshop

Household Characteristics


Content
Content

  • Cultural features (HC1A-HC1C)

  • Crowding (HC2)

  • Dwelling material (HC3, HC4, HC5)

  • Fuel used for cooking (HC6)

  • Cooking arrangements (HC7, HC7A, HC8)

  • Assets (HC9, HC10)


Purpose
Purpose

  • To disaggregate indicators by socioeconomic status

  • MDG indicator on solid fuels: Proportion of population using solid fuels (wood, charcoal, crop residues, dung) for cooking (Goal 7, Indicator 29)

  • Cooking arrangements and fuels used for cooking – to assess programs aiming to prevent respiratory illnesses

  • Also, a major source of some lung diseases, e.g. COLD


Purpose1
Purpose

  • Assets owned by household, dwelling material, crowding can be used to construct the wealth index and other indices of wealth/socioeconomic status

  • Some variables also used to determine whether household is a slum


Methodological issues
Methodological Issues

  • Countries will have to customize most of the questions/response categories

  • HC1A-HC1C asked of the head, to standardize information collected

  • HC3-HC5 will be normally completed by interviewer

  • The assets constitute a minimum set for constructing the “wealth index”


Wealth index
Wealth index

  • Information on possession of household assets, dwelling materials, water and sanitation, crowding are used in principal components analysis and households are categorized into quintiles of wealth

  • Popular indicator used by DHS, WB etc to analyze disparities with regard to wealth/poverty


Wealth index1
Wealth index

  • Not flawless but few alternatives, most inappropriate to MICS and similar household surveys