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The Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) / was a community survey which was the latest in a series of household surveys initiated in /93 to collect socio-economic data at household and community levels. The Integrated Household Survey (IHS) was followed by two monitoring surveys in /94 and / Get this from a library.
Socio economic conditions based on the / Uganda national household survey. [Uganda Bureau of Statistics.;]. This is the report of the Crop Survey module of the Uganda National Household Survey / (UNHS /) conducted by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics.
The survey is the latest in a series of household surveys initiated in /93 to collect a wide range of data at household and community levels. The UNHS / comprised of the. Theme Publication Title Date of Publication Size of Document Date of Upload; External Trade: International Trade in Services Survey report 10/11/ The Uganda National Household Survey II (UNHS /) implemented by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) from May to April is a Priority Survey supported by the World Bank.
It covered a wide range of topics including socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the population. The UNHS /03 adopted a stratified two-stage sampling design with the selection of. vations and insights from the national survey of smallholder households in Uganda It begins with an overview of the research approach, core program objectives, research questions, prelimi-nary phases of development, and topics included in the questionnaire.
It then profiles smallholder farmers in Uganda, including their household demograph. The Uganda National Household Survey III (UNHS /), the third round of a series implemented by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), is a Priority Survey supported by the World covers a wide range of topics including socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the population with a focus on agriculture.
Household surveys have provided valuable information for the Poverty. The report used data from the Uganda National Household Surveys ofand ; The Population and Housing Census; Uganda Participatory Poverty Assessment Process studies and research from elsewhere.
The Status of Gender Inequality in Uganda Gender inequality is reviewed in the context of capabilities (health and education). THE UGANDA NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY /17 UNHS / 1. PART I Background to the study Education Health Labour and labour force characteristics Incomes, savings, assets First / Second / Third / Fourth / Fifth / Sixth / UNHS / 3.
/17 UNHS OBJECTIVE. Table Poverty from tonational and international line 4 Table Reductions in the depth and severity of poverty at the national line, to 5 Table National poverty rates by region 5 Table Spending on non-food items among poor households, and 9 Table Shared prosperity, – The /10 Uganda National Panel Survey covered the following topics: Household identification particulars and geographic identification - Staff details and survey time - Household roster - General information on household members - Education (all persons 5 years and above) - Health - Child nutrition and health (for all children months old) - Disability - Labor force status (for.
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Uganda National Household Surveys (IHS / UNHS) Febru tags:,household survey, IHS, panel survey, Uganda, UNHS. by openmicrodata. Comprises all the IHS and UNHS household surveys carried out by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) since All files are zipped and also comprise the questionnaires.
This first survey is popularly known as the Uganda National Household Survey / or UNHS-I. In this study, we will present results based on the UNHS /13, the latest UNHS available.
It covers about households, a sufficient numbers of observations to allow us to estimate poverty lines at a sufficiently disaggregated level. The Uganda National Household Survey is the third in a series of household surveys that started in The UNHS /06 collected information on Socioeconomic characteristics at both household and community levels as well as information on agriculture.
This period was followed by one in which poverty rose to 38% in / before falling again to 31% in / (UNDP, ). According to the Uganda Household survey (/), poverty has dropped further, reaching a record low of % with Million Ugandans living in. Across the regions the central region (excluding Kampala) registered the highest monthly household expenditure of Shs, followed by western Uganda (Shs, ) then eastern Shs, percent of the population to percent according to the results of the Uganda National Household Survey (Uganda Bureau of Statistics, ).1 This decrease in poverty, however, has not been uniform across the country.
Urban areas experienced a percentage point decrease in poverty whereas rural poverty fell by percentage points.
Cover photo “Uganda Kobs (Kobus thomasi)” © Bernard DuPont, used under Creative Commons licence (CC BY-SA ). Recommended citation: Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) and ICF. Uganda Demographic and Health Survey Kampala, Uganda and. Uganda National Household Survey Uganda National Household Survey IV Survey: Community - Household - Interview - Nationally representative - Subnationally representative - Urban-rural representative.
UNHS Uganda National Household Survey UNMHCP Uganda National Minimum Health Care Package UPE Universal Primary Education UPHC Uganda Population and Housing Census URA Uganda Revenue Authority USE Universal Secondary Education UTA Uganda Tea Association UTL Uganda Telecommunication Limited.
More specifically, the National Survey of Smallholder Households in Uganda was designed to: Generate a clear picture of the smallholder sector at the national level, including household demographics, agricultural profile, poverty status, and market relationships.
Segment smallholder households by the variables driving financial inclusion. The unemployment rate among Ugandans aged 18 to 30 years, rose from per cent in to per cent inaccording to the / Uganda National Household Survey. The survey is the latest in a series of household surveys initiated in /93 to collect a wide range of data at household and community levels.
This is the report of the Crop Survey module of the Uganda National Household Survey / (UNHS /) conducted by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics. The survey is the latest in a series of. Uganda’s national development strategy. The report is also intended for the wider audience, including policy and decision makers, opinion leaders, researchers, academia, Government and other stakeholders engaged in improving the quality of life of the people of Uganda.
Hon. David Bahati, M.P. Minister of State for Finance, Planning and. The current Consumer Price Index was re based from / to /, using weights derived from the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS IV) that was conducted from May to April During the re basing exercise, Kampala was further decomposed into three baskets from the two that has been existing.
In addition, Fortportal Center. Uganda Global Economic Prospects examines trends for the world economy and how they affect developing countries. The report includes country-specific three-year forecasts for major macroeconomic indicators, including commodity and financial markets.
The /14 Uganda National Panel Survey (UNPS) is the fourth multi-topic panel household survey conducted in Uganda and follows surveys carried out in /10, /11 and / The UNPS is carried out annually, over a twelve-month period on a nationally representative sample of households.
UNHS - Uganda National Household Survey UNICEF - United Nations Children Education Fund UPE - Universal Primary Education UPPAP - Uganda Participatory Poverty Assessment Process WB - World Bank The Uganda Gender Policy () 33 The Uganda Gender Policy () socio-cultural, economic and political development.
It can be captured in three. In Uganda, the population of older persons increased from million in to million in and is expected to increase from million in to million by According to the Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (UDHS), the national prevalence of disability in Uganda was 19%.Based on Uganda Demographic Household Survey data (UDHS), Uganda has a high rate of reported GBV4.
The UDHS indicated that overall prevalence rates by type of violence were 56% for physical violence, % for sexual violence and % for spousal emotional violence. Sexual violence has reportedly decreased from 39% in to 28% in Uganda is a high Tuberculosis/Human Immunodeficiency Virus (TB/HIV) burden country, and the Tuberculosis prevalence survey conducted in put the prevalence at perpopulation  while data available for puts the incidence at perpopulation .The TB incidence among HIV positive individuals is 80 perpopulation while the mortality among the .