Afghanistan - Evaluation of Community-Based Protection and Solutions Programme in Priority Areas of Return and Re-integration in Afghanistan, Household Survey - March 2021

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Source UNHCR, IMPACT
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Date of Dataset February 20, 2021-March 04, 2021
Updated 10 July 2022
Expected Update Frequency Never
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Kind of Data: Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of Analysis: Identified key informants representing targeted population groups
Sampling Procedure: The assessment was implemented through a simple random sampling approach as a site-level household representative survey that was statistically representative at site level for each of the 20 PARR locations. In coordination with UNHCR and its partners, IMPACT developed a set of key indicators through which to conduct a Socioeconomic Vulnerability Assessment (SEVA) of household conditions across four key indices: 1) Community Leadership Inclusivity, 2) Service Quality and Access, 3) Livelihoods and Economic Outlook, and 4) Community Relations and Stability, as well as Key Vulnerability metrics. These were administered as a household tool by trained enumerators to a random sample of households in each PARR location. Findings are statistically representative with a 95% confidence level and 10% margin of error for each of the 20 assessed PARR locations. at an aggregated level, findings are statistically representative with a 95% confidence level and a 5% margin of error for each population group, as well as the entire sample, at an aggregated level, without disaggregating by site. Sampling at site level: To sample at site level, enumerators started at the edge of the PARR location, and walked towards the centre, skipping a fixed number of households based on the population between interviews as the went. When they reached the middle of the PARR location, then would then turn around and travel back to their starting point, skipping the same number of households as they went. Population data used for the sampling frames came from UNHCR's Reintegration and Partnerships Unit. Only respondents above the age of 18, who either were the head o the household or could reasonably speak for them, were interviewed. Enumerators teams included both men and women to ensure that women could be interviewed, ensuring female voices in the data. In total, 25% of respondents were female. Analysis: Data was weighted and analyzed by site population. For key indices to measure the four indices for reintegration, and the vulnerability metrics, composite indicators to weight responses based on their severity were created and validated by IMPACT's Global office in Geneva and UNHCR in Kabul.
Data Collection Mode: Face-to-face [f2f]

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