Sudan - Durable Solutions Analysis Survey: South Darfur State, 2021

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Source UNHCR, JIPS
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Date of Dataset October 01, 2021-November 30, 2021
Updated 10 July 2022
Expected Update Frequency Never
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Kind of Data: Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of Analysis: All IDP returnees, refugee returnees, IDPs in camps and out of camps, and non-displaced populations across Kaas.
Sampling Procedure: The sampling followed a systematic simple random approach, through which the households were treated as the primary sampling unit. The sample size for each target group was identified proportionately based on the group's population size. The sampling is designed to produce results representative for each target group in the targeted area of the locality. Analysis at the settlement level is not possible. The selection of settlements included in each locality is based on a prioritization by partner agencies and local partners based on the programmatic scope of the CERF. The data is thus not representative of whole locality, but the specific geographic scope targeted within the locality. The total sample included: 792 households (HHs), including IDPs in camps and the town (394 HHs), and non-displaced (398 HHs). In Kass rural cluster, the total achieved sample sizes included: 343 IDPs households residing outside of camps and 543 IDP-returnee households. Additionally, 66 non-displaced households and 50 return refugee households were captured but excluded from the analysis due to the small sample sizes. The sample frame of the household survey was based on the population estimates of each target group, that were provided by key informants and validated through fieldwork missions.
Data Collection Mode: Face-to-face [f2f]

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