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1994 Household and housing questionnaire

Province____
Cercle ____
Municipality or rural community____
Center____
Machikha ____
Douar ____
Census district number____
Dwelling unit number, in census track____

Numbers from 001 to the total number of dwelling units within census district

No number can be duplicated or omitted. Include professional premises used as residence.
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Number of households in the dwelling:

It's possible to have one household, several or none if the dwelling unit is empty. (e.g. secondary residence). In such case "00" is used as code.
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Household number, in the dwelling being from 01 household to the last household within the dwelling____

Number of questionnaires filled for this household:

For each household whom total members are more than nine, additional questionnaires are provided. Hence this code will differentiate between questionnaires for the same household.
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Questionnaire number filled for this household:

For each household whom total members are more than nine, additional questionnaires are provided. Hence this code will differentiate between questionnaires for the same household.
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Total number of household members:

Members are usually resident members, present or temporarily absent during census reference date. It is total number of Moroccan and foreigners. These questions should be filled at the end after enumerating all household members. Also, in case of using more than one questionnaire per household, only the first questionnaire should be filled. If dwelling is empty, these questions take "00".
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Of which:

Moroccans____
Foreigners____
Total____

Precise address of the dwelling unit: ____
Date of interview: ____
Name of the census enumerator: ____
Name of the supervisor: ____
Date of the supervision: ____
Observations: ____

Individuals: (multiple records)

Q1. Number of household members:

It's the order number of usual resident belonging to a household.
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Q2. Last and first names of household members

(Resident present or resident temporarily absent) written in Table 1 to determine household members according to the rank explained in the instruction manual.
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Q3. Relationship to household head:

[] 0 Household head
[] 1 Head's wife
[] 2 Son or daughter
[] 3 Grandson or granddaughter
[] 4 Father or mother
[] 5 Brother or sister
[] 6 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[] 7 Other relative to determine
[] 8 No relationship

Q4. Status of residence:

[] 1 "Resident present" is anyone present at his usual place of residence on the census reference date
[] 2 "Resident temporarily absent" is anyone absent from his/her usual residence for a period shorter than 6 months

Q5. Sex:

Always ask this question.

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

Date of birth or age. Show clearly date of birth or age according to declaration.

Q6a. Date of birth

Example: declared 9 July 1953, write 09 1953

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Q6b. Age in years

Example: declared 48 years old. Put 48. For [persons] younger than one year, write "00".
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Q7. Matrimonial status:

[] 1 Single, never married
[] 2 Married is everyone legally/religiously married even if the marriage has not been consummated yet.
[] 3 Widowed -- the husband or wife died
[] 4 Divorced is everyone legally/religiously divorced through a legal procedure

Q8. Nationality:

[] 01 Moroccan
[] 02 Algerian
[] 03 Tunisian
[] 40 French
[] 41 Spanish
[] Other nationality: mention but do not code ____

Q9. Civil status (for Moroccan): Is this person registered in civil status?

All Moroccan to be considered

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

Q10. Place of birth

If place of birth is in the same town or village write code "10000". Or mention the name of the town (or the closest village and community).

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Q11. Place of last residence prior to current residence

In case of residence in the same house, write "00000"
In case of changing house, but still in the same town or village, write "10000"
In case of changing town or village, write the name of the town or village with closest town

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Q12. Length of residence:

Remember the length of residence in a town or village where the person lives. For people who have never changed their town or village of residence, write "99".

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Q13. Place of residence during or before the last Al-aid Adha holiday

In case of residence in the same house, write "00000"
In case of changing house, but still on same town or village, write "10000"
In case of changing town or village, write the name of the town or village with closest town

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For married, widowed, divorced women. Show the total number of kids born alive (male and female)
[Questions 14a-f]

During the lifetime of the aforementioned women
[Questions 14a-c]

Q14a. Who currently live in the household ___
Q14b. Who do not currently live in the household but live in Morocco ____
Q14c. Who currently live out of Morocco ____
Q14d. Who died ____

During last 12 months, for women younger than 51.
[Questions 14e-f]

Q14e. Who are still alive ____
Q14f. Who died ____

For persons age 10 years or older
[Questions 15-16]

Q15. Read and write:

[] 0 None
[] 1 Only Arabic
[] 2 Arabic and French alone
[] 3 Arabic, French and other languages to be mentioned
[] 4 Arabic and other languages besides French
[] 5 Other cases to be mentioned ____

Q16. Highest educational degree, primary, secondary, tertiary or professional____

Q17. Last educational level attained in public school____

Q18. Activity type:

[] 0 Active occupied
Every person, man or woman, age 7 or older who declared on the census reference date that he/she has a professional activity is considered actively employed. According to this definition, individuals who have certain jobs (farmers, individuals with periodical jobs), even if they were not practicing their activity during the census period, are considered to be actively employed. [This definition] also includes individuals with a job who are absent from their job during the census period because of annual leave, sickness, accident.

[] 1 Unemployed, never worked before
Anyone age 15 or older, who declares that he/she has no job on the census reference date but is searching, is actively unemployed. These individuals never worked in the past.

[] 2 Unemployed, worked in the past
Active unemployed is anyone age 15 or older who declares that he/she has no job at the census reference date but is searching. These individuals have worked in the past.

[] 3 Housewife
Every girl or woman age 15 years or older who does not practice any work, but takes care of the house and the household members (cleaning, cooking, etc.). Not all women are to be automatically classified in this category. The enumerator should separate between a housewife and a woman that does some activities (weaving, agriculture, serving) for money or in-kind compensation. Therefore, these women should be classified in the former categories according to their status during the census.

[] 4 Student
Every individual whose primary activity is limited to going to school or attending a professional training establishment during the 2003-2004 school-year, if he was not planning to attend next year. But the student who finished schooling is considered an actively employed or unemployed [person], depending on his situation.
If a student has a part-time job, even if paid, he is still considered a student. In addition, a student civil servant is considered a student even if he is receiving a salary. However, an employee who is a taking night classes or education to improve his skills is considered as actively employed.

[] 5 Landlord or retired
He/she is not active. His earnings come from renting properties (apartment, farming land) or a retirement plan from private or government establishments. But if this person is practicing economic activities, then he/she should be considered actively employed.

[] 6 Sick or handicapped
Sick or handicapped is a person whose handicap/illness prevents him from doing any job.

[] 7 Child
Younger than 15, doesn't work and is not in school.

[] 8 Other cases to be noted ____
[] Younger than 15, doesn't work and is not in school.

Q19. Primary profession carried on

This question is asked to every active occupied or unemployed. This question was coded at a later stage (please see instructions manual to code professions). It concerns active occupied, active not working but had held a job in the past, and active never worked before but with qualifications.
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Q20. Primary activity of the establishment or professional premises where the person is working or worked

This question was coded at a later stage (please see activity code manual). It concerns active occupied and active not working but had held a job in the past.
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Q21. Status in primary profession:

[] 1 Employer
Employs at least one salaried person

[] 2 Self-employed with a premise
Works by himself and does not employ any salaried person, although he/she may seek familial aids. This individual works at a specific premise different from his own house. This definition may be difficult to apply for self-employed farmers. We consider each farmer working on his own land within this category.

[] 3 Self-employed work from his home
Works for his own and does not employ any salaried person on a permanent basis, although he/she may seek familial aids or apprentice. This individual works at his own home.

[] 4 Self-employed travelling or without premise
Works by himself and does not employ any salaried person, although he/she may seek familial aids. This individual does not have a specific premise.

[] 5 Salaried employee
Works for a salary, in-kind payments, or both. This individual works for the public sector, such as government, local communities, external services of ministries, or for the private sector.

[] 6 Family appointed
Works for his family members with no salary and lives with them.

[] 7 Trainee
Works for an employer or is self-employed to learn some skills. He/she may receive some salary.

Housing record

Q21. Status of housing

[] 1 House whose inhabitants are present during census
[] 2 House whose inhabitants are temporarily absent
[] 3 Empty house
[] 4 Secondary or seasonal house
[] 5 House during construction

Q23. Type of housing:

[] 0 Villa, or one floor of a villa
According to its normal definition, [a villa is] any building designated for residence, separated from other structures, not over two stories high, and usually has a garden. A villa could be used for activities other than residence during the census period.

[] 1 An apartment in a building
[A dwelling] within a building that is designated for collective housing, and is made up of several stand-alone apartments. The apartment could be used for residential or other purposes.

[] 3 Moroccan traditional house
This is an individual building, made up of one or more stories, and used for residence or other purposes. There are no similarities between a modern Moroccan house, a villa, and a traditional Moroccan house.

[] 4 Room in an establishment
This is one or more rooms in an establishment (hotel, school, factory, mosque) used for residence during the census period.

[] 5 Slum or archaic housing
This it is a construction made of materials such as wood or zinc.

[] 6 Premise not originally designated as housing (garage).

[] 7 Rural housing
These are dwellings that are enumerated in the rural and suburban areas, which are not included among the types listed above.

[] 8 Other cases: other types [of dwellings] not mentioned above, such as car, tent

Basic construction material
[Questions 24a-b]

Q24a. Walls

[] 1 Rocks or bricks with cement
[] 2 Rock with clay
[] 3 Rock only
[] 4 Tabia (clay and straw),
[] 5 Wood, zinc, grass, cane
[] 6 Other material

Q24b. Ceiling:

[] 1 Dalla (reinforced concrete)
[] 2 Wood, grass covered with clay
[] 3 Wood, grass or cane not covered
[] 4 Iron or zinc
[] 5 Wood or bricks
[] 6 Other material

Housing equipment
[Questions 25a-g.]

Q25a. Kitchen:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25b. Bathroom [toilet]:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25c. Modern bathroom or shower:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25d. Local bathroom:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25e. Public water supply network:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25f. Water from well within dwelling

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q25g. Public electricity supply network:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

Q26. Lighting method (for housing with no electricity):

[] 1 Lighting with gasoline
[] 2 Lighting with gas
[] 3 Kandil
[] 4 Candle
[] 5 Other cases

Q27. Status of occupation:

[] 1 Owner or associated partner
[] 2 Towards ownership
[] 3 Tenant
[] 4 Accommodation that goes with the job
[] 5 Housed for free
[] 6 Other cases

Q28. Number of rooms inhabited by household____

Handicapped individuals (multiple records)

Q29. Number of individual within questionnaire____

Q30a. Type of handicap:

[] 1 Deaf
[] 2 Dumb
[] 3 Blind
[] 4 Can't move
[] 5 Amputated hand or hands
[] 6 Amputated leg or legs
[] 7 Retarded
[] 8 Other handicap

Q30b. Handicap's cause:

[] 1 Since birth
[] 2 Sickness
[] 3 Traffic accident
[] 4 Work-related accident
[] 5 Aging
[] 6 Other reason to be mentioned ____

Q30c. Length of handicap (up to census time)____