Baseline Study of Food for Peace Title II Development Food Assistance Program in Niger-- Household Sanitation and Maternal Health

data.usaid.gov | Last Updated 13 Nov 2018

This dataset captures data about the mothers in the households surveyed as part of the Baseline Study of Food for Peace Title II Development Food Assistance Program in the Maradi and Zinder regions in Niger as well as the water and sanitation resources available to the household. It has 200 columns and 7,337 rows. In fiscal year 2012, USAID's Office of Food for Peace (FFP) awarded funding to private voluntary organizations (PVOs) to design and implement a multi-year Title II development food assistance program in Niger. The main purpose of the Title II program is to improve long-term food security of chronically food insecure population in the target regions. FFP contracted a firm, ICF International to conduct a baseline study in targeted areas of the country prior to the start of the new program. The purpose of the study was to assess the current status of key indicators, have a better understanding of prevailing conditions and perceptions of the population in the implementation areas, and serve as a point of comparison for future final evaluations. Results would also be used to further refine program targeting and, where possible, to understand the relationship between variables to inform program design. The study was conducted in 2013, while FFP expects to conduct final evaluations as close as possible to the end of the program five years later.

Tags: niger, baseline survey, food for peace, ffp, title ii development program, food security, maradi, zinder

This dataset has the following 200 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeDescriptionSample Values
ididnumber
hhhhnumberA01 HOUSEHOLD NUMBER
vnvnnumberA02 VILLAGE NUMBER
a04aa04anumberA04a COMMUNE NAME
a04ba04bnumberA04b DEPARTMENT NAME
regregnumberA05 REGION
a13da13dnumberDAY OF FINAL VISIT
a13ma13mnumberMONTH OF FINAL VISIT
a13ya13ynumberYEAR OF FINAL VISIT
a13ina13innumberINTERVIEWER NUMBER FOR FINAL VISIT
a14a14numberA14 FINAL OUTCOME OF INTERVIEW
a14_1a14_1numberA14 1 Total Number of Visits
a14_2a14_2numberA14 2 Total Women 15 49 yrs
a14_3a14_3numberA14 3 Total Eligible Farmers
a14_4a14_4numberA14 4 Total Children Under 5
a14_5a14_5numberA14 5 Line Number of Respondant to Household Questionnaire
a17a17numberA17 SUPERVISOR CODE
a18a18textA18 FIELD COORDINATOR CODE
a19a19numberA19 OFFICE EDITOR CODE
a20a20numberA20 DATA ENTRY OPERATOR CODE
a20da20dnumberA20 DAY OF DATA ENTRY
a20ma20mnumberA20 MONTH OF DATA ENTRY
a20ya20ynumberA20 YEAR OF DATA ENTRY
b00hb00hnumberMODULE B START HOUR
b00mb00mnumberMODULE B START MINUTE
b21hb21hnumberMODULE B FINISH HOUR
b21mb21mnumberMODULE B FINISH MINUTE
f00hf00hnumberMODULE F START HOUR
f00mf00mnumberMODULE F START MINUTE
f01af01anumberF01A HOUSEHOLD NUMBER
f01bf01bnumberF01B VILLAGE NUMBER
f02f02numberF02 LINE NUMBER OF RESPONDENT
f04f04numberF04 What is main source of drinking water
f05f05numberF05 Where is that water source located
f06f06numberF06 How long does it take to go there get water and come back
f07f07numberF07 Is water available from this source all year round
f08f08numberF08 In the last two weeks was water available from this source for an entire day or longer
f09f09numberF09 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_1f10_1numberF10 1 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_2f10_2numberF10 2 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_3f10_3numberF10 3 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_4f10_4numberF10 4 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_5f10_5numberF10 5 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_6f10_6numberF10 6 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_7f10_7numberF10 7 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_8f10_8numberF10 8 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f10_9f10_9numberF10 9 Do you do anything to the water to make it safer to drink
f11f11numberF11 What kind of toilet facility do members of your household usually use
f12f12numberF12 Does your household share the toilet facility with other households
f13f13numberF13 How many households share the toilet facility
f14f14numberF14 Show me where members of your household most often wash their hands
f15f15numberF15 Observe presence of water at the place of handwashing
f16f16numberF16 Observe presence of soap detergent or other cleansing agent at the place for handwashing
f17_1f17_1numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_2f17_2numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_3f17_3numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_4f17_4numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_5f17_5numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_6f17_6numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_7f17_7numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_8f17_8numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_9f17_9numberF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f17_10f17_10textF17 List five critical moments for handwashing
f18hf18hnumberMODULE F FINISH HOUR
f18mf18mnumberMODULE F FINISH MINUTE
g00hg00hnumberMODULE G START HOUR
g00mg00mnumberMODULE G START MINUTE
g70hg70hnumberMODULE G FINISH HOUR
g70mg70mnumberMODULE G FINISH MINUTE
c00hc00hnumberMODULE C START HOUR
c00mc00mnumberMODULE C START MINUTE
c01ac01anumberC01A HOUSEHOLD NUMBER
c01bc01bnumberC01B VILLAGE NUMBER
c01cc01cnumberC01C LINE NUMBER FROM HOUSEHOLD ROSTER COLUMN 6
c02c02numberC02 Was yesterday an unusual or special day
c04c04numberC04 Any foods made from wheat maize rice sorghum or millet
c05c05numberC05 Any foods made from roots or tubers
c06c06numberC06 Any vegetables
c07c07numberC07 Any fruits
c08c08numberC08 Any meats organ meats or blood
c09c09numberC09 Any eggs
c10c10numberC10 Any fresh or dried fish or shellfish
c11c11numberC11 Any foods made from beans nuts or seeds
c12c12numberC12 Any cheese yogurt milk or other milk products
c13c13numberC13 Any foods made with oil fat or butter
c14c14numberC14 Any sugar or honey
c15c15numberC15 Any other foods such as condiments coffee or tea
c16c16numberC16 In the past 4 weeks was there ever no food to eat due to lack of resources
c17c17numberC17 How often did this happen in the past 4 weeks
c18c18numberC18 In the past 4 weeks did anyone go to sleep hungry because there was not enough food
c19c19numberC19 How often did this happen in the last 4 weeks
c20c20numberC20 In the past 4 weeks did anyone go a whole day and night without eating because there was no food
c21c21numberC21 How often did this happen in the last 4 weeks
c22hc22hnumberMODULE C FINISH HOUR
c22mc22mnumberMODULE C FINISH MINUTE
d00hd00hnumberMODULE D START HOUR
d00md00mnumberMODULE D START MINUTE
d66hd66hnumberMODULE D FINISH HOUR
d66md66mnumberMODULE D FINISH MINUTE
e00he00hnumberMODULE E START HOUR
e00me00mnumberMODULE E START MINUTE
e01ae01anumberE01A HOUSEHOLD NUMBER
e01be01bnumberE01B VILLAGE NUMBER
e02e02numberE02 LINE NUMBER OF WOMAN FROM HOUSEHOLD ROSTER
e03ae03atextE03A In what month were you born
e03be03bnumberE03B In what year were you born
e04e04numberE04 How old are you
e05e05numberE05 Are you between the ages of 15 49 yrs
e06e06numberE06 CHECK AGE IS BETWEEN 15 49 YRS
e11e11numberE11 Any foods made from grains
e12e12numberE12 Any foods that are yellow or orange inside
e13e13numberE13 Potatoes or any other foods made from roots
e14e14numberE14 Any dark green leafy vegetables
e15e15numberE15 Any ripe mangos papayas melon or passionfruit
e16e16numberE16 Any other fruit or vegetables
e17e17numberE17 Any liver kidney heart or other organ meats blood
e18e18numberE18 Any meat
e19e19numberE19 Any eggs
e20e20numberE20 Any fish or seafood
e21e21numberE21 Any foods made from beans or seeds
e22e22numberE22 Any cheese yogurt or other milk products
e23e23numberE23 Any foods made with oils fats or butter
e24e24numberE24 Any sugary foods such as chocolate and cake
e25e25numberE25 Any condiments such as chilies spices herbs or fish powder
e26e26numberE26 Any grubs snails or insects
e27e27numberE27 Any foods made with red palm oil red palm nut or red palm nut pulp sauce
e28e28numberE28 Are you currently pregnant
e29e29numberE29 Have you ever been pregnant
e30e30numberE30 Have you ever given birth
e31de31dnumberE31D When was the last time you gave birth DAY
e31me31mnumberE31M When was the last time you gave birth MONTH
e31ye31ynumberE31Y When was the last time you gave birth YEAR
e33he33hnumberMODULE E FINISH HOUR
e33me33mnumberMODULE E FINISH MINUTE
e34e34numberE34 ANTHROPOMETRY LINE NUMBER OF WOMAN FROM ROSTER
e36e36numberE36 WOMAN S AGE IN YEARS
e37e37numberE37 WOMAN S HEIGHT CENTIMETERS
e38e38numberE38 WOMAN S WEIGHT KILOGRAMS
e39e39numberE39 RESULT
i100hi100hnumberMODULE I1 START HOUR
i100mi100mnumberMODULE I1 START MINUTE
i110hi110hnumberMODULE I1 FINISH HOUR
i110mi110mnumberMODULE I1 FINISH MINUTE
at_idat_idnumberANTHRO QUESTIONNAIRE NUMBER
at_hhat_hhnumberANTHRO HOUSEHOLD NUMBER
at_vnat_vnnumberANTHRO VILLAGE NUMBER
at_shat_shnumberANTHRO START HOUR
at_smat_smnumberANTHRO START MINUTE
at_andat_andnumberAnthropometry date Day
at_anmat_anmnumberAnthropometry date Month
at_anyat_anynumberAnthropometry date Year
at_fhat_fhnumberANTHRO FINISH HOUR
at_fmat_fmnumberANTHRO FINISH MINUTE
i200hi200hnumberMODULE I2 START HOUR
i200mi200mnumberMODULE I2 START MINUTE
i208hi208hnumberMODULE I2 FINISH HOUR
i208mi208mnumberMODULE I2 FINISH MINUTE
h00hh00hnumberH00H MODULE H START HOUR
h00mh00mnumberH00M MODULE H START MINUTE
h01hh01hnumberH01H MODULE H FINISH HOUR
h01mh01mnumberH01M MODULE H FINISH MINUTE
stratastratanumberStrata
clusterclusternumberCluster
pvopvonumberPVO
int_dateint_datecalendar_dateDate of Interview
wom_countwom_countnumberNumber of women interviewed in household per MOD E E02
women_idwomen_idnumbermember ID for module E
birth_datebirth_datetextWoman s date of birth
wom_agewom_agenumberWomen s age in completed years
eligible_womeneligible_womennumberWomen eligible for Module E between 15 and 49 years of age
del_datedel_datecalendar_dateDate of last delivery
delivery_lapsedelivery_lapsenumberTime since last delivery in days
hhwthhwtnumberSampling weight for households and household members
wmwtwmwtnumberSampling weight for women 15 49 adjusted for module E non response
gendered_hhgendered_hhnumberGendered Household type
cacanumberCereals
cbcbnumberRoot and tubers
ccccnumberVegetables
cdcdnumberFruits
cecenumberMeats organs blood
cfcfnumberEggs
cgcgnumberFish and seafood
chchnumberPulses legumes nuts
cicinumberMilk and milk products
cjcjnumberOil fats
ckcknumberSugar honey
clclnumberMiscellaneous
hddshddsnumberAverage Household Dietary Diversity Score HDDS
c1617c1617numberNo food at all in the house
c1819c1819numberWent to bed hungry
c2021c2021numberWent all day and night without eating
hhshhsnumberHousehold Hunger Scale
hhs_nhhs_nnumberHousehold Hunger Scale moderate or severe hunger
hhs_n2hhs_n2numberHousehold Hunger Scale moderate and severe hunger
improved_sourceimproved_sourcenumberHouseholds using an improved drinking water source
improved_sanitationimproved_sanitationnumberHouseholds using improved sanitation facilities
soap_watersoap_waternumberCleansing agent and water at handwashing station
critical_handwashingcritical_handwashingnumberNumber of critical moments for handwashing known out of 5
critical_handwashing_catcritical_handwashing_catnumberKnows 3 of 5 critical moments for handwashing
critical_handwashing_allcritical_handwashing_allnumberKnows all 5 critical moments for handwashing