25. How many of these children that were born alive are still living?
The group of questions from number 24 to number 27 should be asked of women 12 years of age and older.
These questions allow us to know the components of demographic change. When asking these questions, take special care when you interview women under 18 and single women. Explain briefly that this information is important for measuring the levels of fertility and mortality, and for that reason it is necessary to obtain it from all women 12 years of age and older.
Question 25.- How many of the sons and daughters born alive are currently alive?
[There is a picture of question 25 from this section of the enumeration form.]
From the total number of sons and daughters born alive recorded in the previous question, find out how many of those sons and daughters are currently alive.
Mark box 00 when the answer is none. Otherwise, record the number of sons and daughters who are currently alive in the appropriate boxes. You should take into account also those sons and daughters who are not living with the mother.
Keep in mind that the number of sons and daughters who are currently alive can never be greater than the number of sons and daughters recorded in question 24.
[There is a drawing of a mother holding a child and the number 01 recorded.]