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Health and Nutrition survey, Pakistan

Author: UNICEF, WHO, WFP, MOH
Year: 2005
Resource type: Field tool

A scientific in-depth survey conducted with about 2400 households in 4 different geographical areas duiring November to December 2005 - mainly 6-8 weeks after the earthquake.

This was after a more rapid survey that was done 72 hours to 1 week after the earthquake - quite 'dirty' data. Done on 700 households in 20 different locations. 5 teams were trained in a day. The training, data collection, analysis and report writing took about 1 week. This report in in this resource library see: Pakistan, earthquake, 2005: Rapid emergency food security. SURVEY and specifically the questionnaires see: Pakistan, earthquake, 2005: Rapid assessment. QUESTIONNAIRE.

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UNICEF, WHO, WFP, MOH (2006). Health and Nutrition survey, Pakistan. www.ennonline.net/healthandnutsurvey