Accession Number : ADA308355
Title : The 1993 Indonesian Family Life Survey: Appendix B, Community-Facility Questionnaires and Interviewer Manual. Revised.
Corporate Author : RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
PDF Url : ADA308355
Report Date : APR 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 400
Abstract : The 1993 Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS) provides data at the individual and family level on fertility, health, education, migration, and employment. Extensive community and facility data accompany the household data. The survey was a collaborative effort of Lambaga Deinografi of the University of Indonesia and RAND, with support from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, USAID, Ford Foundation, and the World Health Organization. In Indonesia, the 1993 IFLS is also referred to as SAKERTI 93 (Survai Aspek Kehidupan Rumah Tangga Indonesia). The IFLS covers a sample of 7,224 households spread across 13 provinces on the islands of Java, Sumatra, Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi. Together these provinces encompass approximately 83 percent of the Indonesian population and much of its heterogeneity. The survey brings an interdisciplinary perspective to four broad topic areas: (1) fertility, family planning, and contraception (2) infant and child health and survival (3) education, migration and employment (4) the social, economic, and health status of adults, young and old Additionally, extensive community and facility data accompany the household data. Village leaders and heads of the village women 5 group provided information in each of the 321 enumeration areas from which households were drawn, and data were collected from 6,385 schools and health facilities serving community residents. This document provides the English translation of the questionnaires for the community and facility survey component (IFIS- CF). The IFLS-CF questionnaires contain the actual questions asked of respondents. The interviewer manual provides the interviewer with background information on the questions.
Descriptors : *FACILITIES, *SURVEYS, *QUESTIONNAIRES, *INSTRUCTION MANUALS, *FAMILIES(HUMAN), *LIVING STANDARDS, *COMMUNITY RELATIONS, *SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, *INTERVIEWING, *INDONESIA, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, LEADERSHIP, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHY, POPULATION, SURVIVAL(GENERAL), HETEROGENEITY, MIGRATION, WOMEN, ADULTS, CHILDREN, VILLAGES, FERTILITY.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Sociology and Law
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE