Central Data Catalog
Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis 2015
National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda
June 26, 2017
Data file: cfsva-2015-master-DB- annex
This dataset provides information from "Household Questionnaire", Section 1: Demographics, Section 2: Housing and Facilities, Section 3: Livelihoods, Section 4: Household Assets and Productive Assets, Section 5: Agricultural Production, Section 9: Food Sources and Consumption, Section 10: Coping Strategies, Section 12: External Assistance / Program participation
Final CARI food security index
Wealth Index groups
How many members does your household have?
Males Under 6 months
Females Under 6 months
Males 6 to 23 Months
Females 6 to 23 Months
Males 24 to 59 months
Females 24 to 59 months
Males 5 to 6 years
Females 6 to 6 years
Males 7 to 14 years
Females 7 to 14 years
Males 15 to 17 years
Females 15 to 17 years
Males 18 to 59 years
Females 18 to 59 years
Males 60 years and above
Females 60 years and above
What is the gender of the head of household
How old is the head of household
Can head of household read and write?
What is head of household's level of education?
What's is the head of household marital status?
Is the head of HH in polygamous marriage?
How many spouses or partners does the head of household have?
Percentage of household members under 7 years old (haven't started school yet)
Percentage of household members who can't read or write
Percentage of household members who can read and write
Percentage of household members who can only read
Percentage of household members with unknown education level (Unknown + Haven't started school yet)
Percentage of household members with low education level (Never been to school + Primary school)
Percentage of household members with Medium to high educaion level (Secondary + Vocational + University)
Household with at least one child 7-14 years currently attending primary school?
Number of males 7-14 years currently attending primary school
Number of females 7-14 years currently attending primary school
At least one child missed school for one week or more since january 2015
Number of males 7-14 who missed school for one or more week since january 2015
Number of females 7-14 who missed school for one or more week since january 2015
Working for cash (either sent or chose to)
Housework (cooking, fetching water and more)
Taking care of siblings
The school is far from home
No school fees
Refused to go
Is the household living in umudugudu ‘new recommended settlement’?
Since when is your household living in "Umudugudu"?
What is your occupancy status in this house?
How many sleeping rooms does the house you are living in have?
Do you share the toilet facility with other households?
If your household does not have its own toilet facility, then what do you use?
What fuel do you use most often for cooking?
Do you pay any money to access water from this main source?
How do you or your household members go to this main source of water?
Is there a time in the year when your household uses an alternate source of water?
What does your household normally do to its water prior to drinking?
On average, how many liters of water does your household use per day?
How many households does this village have?
How would you qualify this village ? (chose one option)
VUP (schemes applied in the village)
Land consolidation (schemes applied in the village)
IDP model village (schemes applied in the village)
Structured umudugudu (schemes applied in the village)
How many livelihood activities does your household have?
What percentage of households in this village have access to electricity?
Is there any functioning primary school in this village?
If not, then how far away on average is the nearest functioning primary school? (minutes)
Is there a functioning health facility in the village?
If not, then how far away on average is the nearest functioning health facility? (minutes)
Is there a market in this village?
Is this the main market your community mostly interacts with?
If this is not the main market for the village or there is no market at all, how far is the main market your community mostly interacts with?
Is the road to the main market for your community accessible all year round using transport means other than walking?
Does your household own farming land including pastures for livestock?
How big is that land that your household own?
Is any part of the farming land that your household own consolidated (land consolidation programme)
If yes how much % of your land is in consolidation?
Is any part of your land registered to be used for public related activites (such us roads, hospitals and rescue services)?
Is any of the farming land that your household own protected against soil erosion?
Do you have a household vegetable plot /garden?
Does your household own or manage any farm-animals?
Does your household practice agriculture?
Is any member of your household a member of a farmer organization/cooperative?
Did your household cultivate any crop in the last agriculture year?
Is any of the farming land that your household own irrigated?
If yes how much % of the land you farm is irrigated?
Is your household currently renting in any land for farming?
Is you household currently farming any land for free use?
Did your household use fertilizer and/or insecticides during the past 12 months?
How much % of those fertilizer and or pestcides were Bought with cash?
How much % of those fertilizer and or pestcides were Bought with voucher system
How much % of those fertilizer and or pestcides were Received from NGO, government or other institution
How much % of those fertilizer and or pestcides were Free or from your Own production
How many crops did your household cultivate in the last agriculture year?
Have you or any household member request for a loan in the in the last 12 months ?
Were you given the loan you requested?
Why were you not given the loan you requested?
What was the main use of the largest loan taken in the in the last 12 months ?
What was the source of the largest loan?
What is the total amount of money the household has borrowed in Francs equivalent in the last 12 months?
Yesterday, how many times did the adults in this household eat?
Adult meal frequency - categories
Is this usual for adults at this time of year?
Yesterday, how many times did the children (<15 year old) in this household eat?
Child meal frequenccy - categories
Is this usual for your children at this time of year?
Number of days in a week starches were consumed
What is your household prefered staple food (other than beans, soup)?
Household had food access problems during last 7 days
Household primary school enrollment rate among boys 7-14yrs
Household primary school enrollment rate among girls 7-14yrs
Household overall primary school enrollment rate among children 7-14yrs
Household males primary school attendance rate
Household females primary school attendance rate
Household overall primary school attendance rate
Hosehold own more than 2 sleeping rooms
Crowding index (number of persons per sleeping room)
Improved roof (Iron sheet and Clay tiles vs others)
Improved floor (concrete/cement and clay tiles vs others)
Improved wall (cement with mud/cement/fired bricks and trees vs others)
Improved toilet (flush and pit Pit with floor, walls and roof vs others)
improved water (public/home tap and borehole with pump vs others)
Distance to main water source, in categories
Source of water and treatment
Improved source of light (electricity and solar vs others)
Ubudehe profile (Old)
Ubudehe profile (New)
Household own livestock
Household manage livestock
Household own cattle
Tropical Livestock Unit (TLU)
Wealth Index groups
Distance to health facility
Distance to market
Health facility available in less than 60 min
Market availlable in less than 60 min
Village distance to road
Contribution from Agricultural Production On Own Farm/Land Or On Other Farm/LandWith No Rental Payment
Contribution from Daily Labour Agricultural Work
Contribution from Unskilled Daily Labour
Contribution from Informal Sale/Petty Trade
Contribution from Salaried
Contribution from Livestock Raising For Sales
Contribution from Handicrafts/Artisanal Work
Contribution from Skilled Labour
Contribution from Remittances From Friends And Relatives
Contribution from Own Buisness/Self Employed
Contribution from Transport
Contribution from Purchase And Sale Of Agricultural Products
Contribution from Fishing, Hunting, Gathering
Contribution from Purchase Sale Of Product From Fishing Hunting Gathering
Contribution from Purchase And Sale Of Livestock Products
Contribution from Purchase And Sale Of Livestock
Contribution from Pension
Contribution from Vup Public Works
Contribution from Vup Direct Transfers And Other Social Transfers
Contribution from Begging
Contribution from other activity
Monthly per capita expenditure
Annual per capita expenditure
Monthly household food item expenditures (cash and non-cah)
Monthly household non food item expenditure (acuired by cash)
Total monthly household expenditures (food and non food, cash and non-cah)
Share food expenditure (cash and non-cah)
Share non food expenditure
Number of crops reported by the household
Household growing beans
Household growing maize
Household growing sweet potato
Household growing cassava
Household growing irish potato
Household growing sorghum
Household growing banana for cooking
Household growing banana for wine
Percentage of own production consumed within the household
Percentage of own production sold
Percentage of own production given away
Percentage of own production lost
Household consuming more than 50% of the produce
Household selling more than 50% of the produce
Stock duration in months season A
Stock duration in months Season B
Stock duration in months Season C
Number of days in a week pulses were consumed
Number of days in a week meat was consumed
Number of days in a week vegetables were consumed
Number of days in a week oil was consumed
Number of days in a week fruits were consumed
Number of days in a week milk was consumed
Number of days in a week sugar consumed
Food Consumption Score
Food Consumption Group
Final CARI food security index
Dietary diversity score
Dietary diversity groups
Consumption of vitamin A rich food
Consumption of protein rich food
Consumption of hem iron rich food
Food source: share from purchase
Food source: share from own production
Food source: share from gift
Food sourcce: share from hunting
Food source: share from exchange
Food source: share from borrowing
Food source: share from aid
Household dietary diversity based on 24h recall
Percentile Group of HDDS_24h
Reduced coping strategies index
Summary of asset depletion
Household had food access problems in specific months during the last 12 months?
Number of months in which household had difficulty in having enough food
Number of months in which household had difficulty in having enough food
Household experienced shock during last 12 months?
Household experienced drought
Coping strategies used in response to drought
Household experiences illness/accident
Coping strategies used in response to illness
Household experienced loss of employment
Coping strategies used in response to loss of employment
Household still recovering from shock
Any assistance (excluding assistance from friends/relatives)
Any food assistance (during last the 12 months)
Any non-food assisatance (during last the 12 months)
Financial assistance (during last the 12 months)
Agricultural assistance (during last the 12 months)
Other non-food assistance (during last the 12 months)
Food for school children (eaten at school or take-home)
Food for pregnant and breastfeeding women and small children (MCHN)
Food for work
Food for training
One cup of milk per child
Free food distributions
Other food assistance programs
Access to credit/loans for agricultural/livestock related activities (including micro-credit other than VUP)
Access to credit/loans for Other NON agricultural/livestock related activities (including micro-credit other than VUP)
Agricultural input assistance (tools, seeds, fertilizer, etc.)
Training and technical assistance in improved agricultural/livestock practices
Large Livestock (eg. cow)
Small livestock (eg. chicken rabbits?)
For education (e.g. school materials)
Direct transfers (other than VUP)
medical services (including mutuelle de sante)
Water and/or sanitation
Other non food assistance
Household received any VUP or ubudehe support (during last the 12 months)
Household has at least one child under five that is wasted
Household has at least one child under five that is stunted
Household has at least one child under five that is underweight
Household has at least one child under five that is malnourished