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Rwanda 2002 Enumeration Form

(Recensement Général de la Population et de l'Habitat, 16-30 août 2002)

[p. 1]
Census Questionnaire: Private household

I -- Identification of the household

1. Province/Kigali city _ _
2. Township/town _ _
3. Sector _ _
4. Census cell _ _
5. Census track _ _ _
6. Type of place of residence _ (1 = urban, 2 = rural)
7. Dwelling unit number _ _ _
8. Household number _ _ _
9. Type of household _ _ _
10. Number and rank of questionnaires filled for this household _ / _

II- Summary table

Number of residents

Present

____ Male
____ Female
____ Total

Absent

____ Male
____ Female
____ Total

Total

____ Male
____ Female
____ Total

Age 17 and older

____ Male
____ Female
____ Total

Visitors

____ Male
____ Female
____ Total

[p. 2]
III -- Housing characteristics

(Circle the code matching the answer given)
[H01 through H16]

H01. Type of settlement

[] 1. Grouped village
[] 2. Ancient grouping
[] 3. Isolated houses
[] 4. Modern formal settlement [housing development scheme]
[] 5. Informal settlement
[] 6. Other type

H02. Type of dwelling unit

[] 1. Dwelling unit inhabited by a single household
[] 2. Dwelling unit with several households
[] 3. Building with several floors, inhabited by one or several households
[] 4. Compound of several dwelling units, inhabited by several households
[] 5. Other type of dwelling

H03. What is the nature of the materials used for the roof of this house?

If this is a building with several floors, take the upper floor into account

[] 1. Corrugated metal sheet
[] 2. Traditional tiles, locally made
[] 3. Modern tiles/slate, industrial
[] 4. Concrete
[] 5. Cardboard/sheeting
[] 6. Thatch/straw
[] 7. Others

H04. What type of material are the external walls of this house made of?

[] 1. Wood and earth pisé [adobe and wood/no cement]
[] 2. Wood and cement pisé [adobe and wood with cement]
[] 3. Adobe bricks
[] 4. Baked bricks
[] 5. Cement blocs/concrete
[] 6. Stone
[] 7. Wood plank
[] 8. Plastic sheeting/cardboard
[] 9. Others

H05. What is the type of material most used for the floor of this house?

[] 1. Earth/sand
[] 2. Cement
[] 3. Stones
[] 4. Ceramic tiles
[] 5. Baked bricks
[] 6. Other

H06. _ _ Number of rooms used as living quarters

N.B. Rooms to be excluded from the counting are: hall/passage, bathroom, shower room, toilets, storage room, and any other room used for trade or business.

H07. What is the main source of water for this household?

[] 1. Tap inside house
[] 2. Tap inside compound
[] 3. Street tap/tap outside compound
[] 4. Spring/well, built
[] 5. Spring/well, natural (not built)
[] 6. Rain water
[] 7. River
[] 8. Lake/waterhole/pond/surface water
[] 9. Others

H08. What is the main type of lighting used in this household?

[] 1. Electricity/public source (Electrogaz)
[] 2. Electricity/private source: hydro-electric power station
[] 3. Solar power system/fuel powered generator
[] 4. Oil lamp
[] 5. Paper oil lantern
[] 6. Candle
[] 7. Wood
[] 8. Others

H09. What is the most common type of cooking fuel used in this household?

[] 1. Electricity
[] 2. Gas
[] 3. Petrol
[] 4. Wood
[] 5. Charcoal
[] 6. Plant material (herbs, straw, leaves, etc.)
[] 7. Others

H10. What type of toilet facility do you use in this household?

[] 1. Flush toilet
[] 2. Pit latrine, individual
[] 3. Pit latrine, shared
[] 4. Nature/outside
[] 5. Others

H11. What is the most common way of disposing kitchen wastes [garbage disposal] used by this household?

[] 1. Compost box
[] 2. Garbage can, individual
[] 3. Garbage can, common
[] 4. In nature/outside
[] 5. In the fields
[] 6. In the river/water pipe/road gutter
[] 7. Others

H12. What is your title [ownership status] for occupying this dwelling unit?

[] 1. Landlord/owner
[] 2. Paid rent
[] 3. Mortgage/leasing
[] 4. Free housing
[] 5. Paid by employer
[] 6. Refugee camp/temporary settlement
[] 7. Others

H13. Do you own a radio or a television set in this household?

[] 1. Radio
[] 2. Television
[] 3. Radio and television
[] 4. None

H14. Do you own a fixed telephone or a mobile telephone in this household?

[] 1. Fixed telephone
[] 2. Mobile telephone
[] 3. Both fixed and mobile telephones
[] 4. None

H15. Do you own a personal computer? Are you connected to the internet in this household?

[] 1. Computer
[] 2. Both computer and internet
[] 3. None

H16. How many motor vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles does the household own?

1. Motor vehicles _
2. Motorcycles _
3. Bicycles _ _

_ _ Write down in these boxes the number of persons enumerated in the private household.
[p. 3]
IV- Individual characteristics
[The following questions -- P01-P30 and D1-D4 -- appear en tables. The first column contains the person number, the second column his/her name and the subsequent columns contain the questions. There are 10 rows for individuals to register their answers.]

A. Questions to be asked to all members of the household
[Questions 1-14.]

P0. Sequential number [pre-numbered]

P01. ____ Last name and First name

1. Residents
Write down the names of all residents, present and absent during the census night (August 15 to 16, 2002), in the following order:
  • Head of household;
  • Unmarried children of the head of household living in this household, whose mother is not present in this household, starting from the oldest;
  • The first wife, followed by her unmarried children living in this household, starting by the oldest;
  • The second wife, the third wife etc., followed by her unmarried children living in the household, starting by the oldest;
  • The married children of the head of household, and their spouses followed by their children, all living in this household;
  • The children hosted by the head of household who are not close relatives (no family relationship);
  • Other relatives of the head of household or of his/her spouse living in this household;
  • Other persons living in this household who are not relatives of the head of household or of his/her spouse.
  • The names of all residents who have not spent the census night in this household;
2. Visitors
If there are visitors who spent the census night in this household, write down their names after the residents.

P02. Relationship with household head

What is the relationship of ____ with the head of household?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the interviewee's declaration.

[] 1. CM = Household head
[] 2. EP = Spouse of the household head
[] 3. EN = Child of the household head
[] 4. EA = Child hosted by the head of the household, without close family relationship
[] 5. PM = Father/mother of the head of household
[] 6. FS = Brother/sister of the head of household
[] 7. PE = Grandchild of the head of household
[] 8. AP = Other family relationship (kinship relation) with the head of household
[] 9. SL = No kinship relation

P03. Residence status

What is the residence status of ____?

Taking as a reference the census night from August 15 to August 16, 2002, circle the code corresponding to the answer given by the interviewee:

[] 1. RP = Resident, present
[] 2. RA = Resident, absent
[] 3. VI =Visitor
[] 4. MC = Institutional household

P04. Sex

What is the sex of ____?

Circle the code corresponding to the answer given by the interviewee:

[] 1. Male
[] 2. Female

P05. _ _ / _ _ _ _ Date of birth

What is the date of birth of ____?

Write down the month and the year of birth, as they are declared, in the corresponding boxes.

If the date is known, go to P07
If the date is unknown, go to P06

[Question P06 was asked when age was unknown, per question P05]

P06. _ _ _ Age at last birthday

If the date of birth of ____ is unknown, what is his/her estimated age?

Try to estimate the age by using the historical calendar.

[p. 4]
IV. Individual characteristics (continuation -- 1)

P07. Nationality/country of citizenship

What is the nationality/country of citizenship of ____?
For visitors, (P03 = 3) skip to the next person.
[Question asked only of permanent residents]

_ _ _Write down the name of the country / If he/she is Rwandese, ask whether the person has another citizenship. If yes, write it down.

1._____
2._____

P08. Place of birth

What is the place of birth of ____?

Write down the name of:
_ _ _ _ the district, for persons born in Rwanda / the country, for persons born in foreign countries. _____

P09. Duration of residence

How long has ____ lived in this place?

If less than a year, write 00
If since birth, write 99. In this case, go to P11

_ _ In years

P10. Previous place of residence

What is the previous place of residence of ____?

If several places, write down the place where the person has spent at least six months.
Write the name for the:

_ _ _ _ district, if located in Rwanda / country, if located in foreign country _____

P11. Languages spoken

What are the languages spoken by _____?

Circle the code corresponding to the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

[] 01. KI = Kinyarwanda
[] 02. FR = French
[] 04. SW = Swahili
[] 08. AN = English
[] 16. AL = Other language
[] 00. MU = Mute

P12. Religion

What is the religion of ____?

Circle the code corresponding to the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

[] 1. CAT = Catholic
[] 2. PRO = Protestant
[] 3. ADV = Adventist
[] 4. TEV = Jehovah witness
[] 5. ARC = Other Christian religion
[] 6. MUS = Muslim
[] 7. TRA = Traditional religion/Animist
[] 8. AUT = Other religion
[] 9. SANS = No religion

P13. Major disability or handicap

Does ____ have any sort of disability?

If the answer is "Yes", ask what type of disability or handicap, and circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

If the answer is "No", circle the number 1, and go to P15.

[] 1. SH = No handicap or disability
[] 2. AV = Blind
[] 3. SM = Mute/deaf
[] 4. MI = Disability or handicap in lower limbs
[] 5. MS = Disability or handicap in upper limbs
[] 6. DM = Mental deficiency
[] 7. TR = Trauma
[] 8. AH = Other handicap or disability

[p. 5]
IV. Individual characteristics (continuation -- 2)

P14. Cause of the disability or handicap

[Question 14 was asked of individuals with some handicap]
What is the cause of the disability or handicap of _____?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

[] 1. CO = Congenital
[] 2. MA = Disease
[] 3. AC = Accident
[] 4. GU = War
[] 5. GE = Genocide
[] 6. MI = Anti-personal mine
[] 7. AU = Other
[] 8. SP = Do not know

B. Persons aged 25 years or less
[Question P15.]

[Question P15 asked only of people aged 25 years or younger.]

P15. Survival of parents

Are the parents of ____ still alive?

Circle the code corresponding to the answer of the interviewee.
If the person is less than six years of age, skip to the next person.

[] 1. Both alive
[] 2. Mother alive
[] 3. Father alive
[] 4. None alive
[] 5. Do not know

Population aged 6 years or more
[Questions 16-25.]

[Questions 16-25 asked only of people aged 6 years or older.]

P16. School attendance

Did ____ ever attend school?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the categories, according to the answer of the interviewee.

[] 1. Yes, ever attended school
[] 2. No, never attended school

If P16 = 2 [the person never went to school], go to P20

P17. Level of education

What is the highest grade completed with success by ____?

Fill in clearly the dotted line with the last grade completed with success. If the answer is
P17 = PR0-8 (Primary), go to P20
P17 = PP1-3 (Post-primary), go to P21
P17 = FP1-3 (Vocational), go to P21
P17 = FT1-3 (Technical), go to P21
P17 = EG1-3 (General), go to P21

_____
_ _
Abbreviations:

1. PR0-8 = Primary
2. PP1-3 = Post-Primary
3. FP1-7 = Vocational training
4. FT1-7 = Technical training
5. EG1-7 = General training (secondary school)
6. SU1-9 = University, post graduate training

P18. Type of education

What is the type of education received, or the option followed by ____ during the course of his/her schooling? ____

This question applies only to persons who are currently enrolled in or have completed:

1. Secondary schools, above
FP4 = four years of vocational training
FT4 = four years of technical training
EG4 = four years of secondary school, general training
2. University and post-graduate training

_____
_ _

P19. Highest diploma received
What is the highest diploma that ____ has received during the course of his/her training?

Circle the code corresponding to the answer of the interviewee.
Then, go to P21

[] 1. AU = None
[] 2. EMA = School of auxiliary teachers
[] 3. A3/D4/D5 = Final diploma of teacher's school
[] 4. A2/D/D7 = Diploma of humanities, or equivalent
[] 5. A1 = Baccalaureate or equivalent
[] 6. A0 = Master's, Engineer, Bachelor's of Art, or equivalent.
[] 7. Higher than A0 = Doctorate, with or without dissertation, and higher specialized studies.

P20. Literacy

Does ____ know to read and write?

Circle the code corresponding to the answer of the interviewee.

[] 1. Reads and writes
[] 2. Reads only
[] 3. None

[p. 6]
IV. Individual characteristics (continuation -- 3)

Population aged 6 years or more

P21. Occupational situation

During the month from July 15 to August 15, 2002, was ____ employed?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations copied at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

[] 1. OCC = Employed (working currently)
[] 2. CHO = Unemployed (ever worked)
[] 3. RPE = Looking for first job
[] 4. PFO = Housewife, person living at home
[] 5. ETU = Student/pupil
[] 6. RET = Retired
[] 7. REN = Pensioned/living on one's private income
[] 8. AUT = No work

If P21=3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (not active in the labor force), go to P26.

[Question P21 asked only of people aged 6 years or older.]

Active Population/currently employed or previously employed
[Questions P22-P25]

[Questions P22-P25 were asked only of people employed or previously employed and aged 6 years or older.]

P22. Current or past occupation

What is (was) the main occupation of ____?

Write down in full the occupation of the named person.
If several occupations, write down only the main occupation.
____
_ _ _

P23. Work status/status in occupation

What is (was) the status of ____ in his/her occupation?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations provided at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

[] 1. IND = Self employed
[] 2. EMP = Employer
[] 3. SP = Full time employee/permanent salary
[] 4. ST = Part time employee/part time salary
[] 5. APP = Apprentice
[] 6. AID = Family worker
[] 7. AU = Others

P24. Occupation branch/type of economic activity

In which type of economic activity is (was) the employment of ____?

Write down in full the declared type of economic activity.
____
_ _ _

P25. Sector of economic activity

Does (did) ____ work for the public sector or for the private sector?

If private sector, specify what type, and circle the code corresponding to the answer given.

[] 1. PU = Public
[] 2. PAR = Parastatal
[] 3. ONG = Non governmental organization
[] 4. COOP = Cooperative
[] 5. AP = Other private

[p. 7]
IV. Individual characteristics (continuation -- 4)

D. Population aged 12 years or more
[Questions P26-P30.]

[Questions P26-P30 were asked only of people aged 12 years or older.[

P26. Marital status

What is the marital status of _____?

Circle the code corresponding to one of the abbreviations provided at the bottom of the page, according to the declaration of the interviewee.

1. CEL = Single
2. UL = Free union
3. MM = Married, monogamy
4. HP = Married man, polygamy
5. MP1 = Married woman, first wife in a polygamous marriage
6. MP2 = Married woman, second wife in a polygamous marriage
7. MP3 = Married woman, wife in a polygamous marriage of rank 3 or more
8. D/S = Divorced or Separated
9. VE = Widowed

Females only (Women aged 12 years or more)
[Questions P27-P30.]

[Questions P27-P30 were asked only of females aged 12 years or older.]
P27. Children ever born

How many children born alive did ____ ever have?
Specify in the appropriate boxes the number of boys ever born and the number of girls ever born, according to the declaration of the interviewee.
If no child were ever born, write 00 in these boxes

_ _ M [boys]
_ _ F [girls]

P28. Children surviving

Of all the children ever born to ____ how many are still alive?

Specify in the appropriate boxes the number of boys still alive and the number of girls still alive, according to the declaration of the interviewee.
- If no child were ever born (P27 = 00), write 00 in these boxes

_ _ M [boys]
_ _ F [girls]

Own births in past 12 months
[Questions P29-P30.]

P29. Live births

How many live births did ____ have during the past 12 months, that is between August 15th, 2001 and August 15th, 2002?

Specify in the appropriate boxes the number of boys born alive and the number of girls born alive, according to the declaration of the interviewee.
If no child were born, write 00 in these boxes

_ _ M [boys]
_ _ F [girls]

P30. Surviving children

Among the children born alive in past 12 months to ____, how many are still alive?

Specify in the appropriate boxes the number of boys still alive and the number of girls still alive, according to the declaration of the interviewee.
If no child is alive, write 00 in these boxes

_ _ M [boys]
_ _ F [girls]

[p. 8]

IV. Deaths in past 12 months
[Questions D1-D4.]

These questions are to be asked to the head of household, or to his/her representative.

Was there any death in this household in the past 12 months?

Circle the category corresponding to the answer given.

[] 1. Yes, go to column D1
[] 2. No, then stop the interview

[Questions D1-D4 were asked only if there was a death in the household in the last 12 months]

D1. ____ Names

Write down the last names and the first names of all deceased persons during the past 12 months.

D2. Sex

Circle the number corresponding to the sex of the deceased person.

[] 1. Male
[] 2. Female

D3. _ _/ 200_ Date of death (month and year)

Specify in the first two boxes the month of the death, and in the last box the year of the death.

D4. _ _ _ Age at death

Write down in the empty boxes the age of the deceased person at time of his/her death.

Control

____ Date of visit
____ Observations
____ Name of enumerator
____ Signature

____ Date of supervision
____ Observations
____ Name of supervisor
____ Signature

Coding
____ Names
____ Date
____ Signature

Checking
____ Names
____ Date
____ Signature

Data entry
____ Code