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Philippines - National Demographic and Health Survey 2013
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National Demographic and Health Survey
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Download the questionnaires, technical documents and reports that describe the survey process and the key results for this study.
2013 NDHS questionnaire
Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
Philippine Statistics Authority
The 3 major questionnaires of the 2013 NDHS.
Table of contents
. NDHS Form 1 - Household Questionnaire
The Household Questionnaire is a 16-page booklet which is used to:
; List all members of the household and visitors;
; Record information on the demographic characteristics of each person such as name, relationship to household head, sex, residence, age, health insurance coverage and education.
; Identify eligible women to be interviewed. All women aged 15 to 49 years who are listed in the Household Questionnaire of all sample households are eligible for the individual interview.
; Investigate the health seeking behavior of household members, their utilization of health facilities and cost of treatment.
; Determine awareness of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, dengue fever and tuberculosis;
; Record household conveniences and characteristics such as drinking water, toilet facility, tenure status of the land, main material of the floor, roof and outer walls.
How to fill-out NDHS Form 1 is discussed in detail in Chapter 5 of this manual.
2. NDHS Form 2 - Individual Woman’s Questionnaire
The Individual Woman’s Questionnaire is used to interview all women aged 15 to 49 years who are identified from the Household Questionnaire. It collects information on the following topics:
? Background characteristics. Questions on place of residence, age, marital status, education, employment status, religion and ethnic group are included
in order to provide information on characteristics of eligible respondent that have influence on fertility and contraceptive behavior and health practices. If a woman has ever been married or lived with a man, questions are also asked about the husband or partner.
? Reproductive behavior and intentions. Questions are intended to collect data on pregnancy history, current pregnancy status of women, pregnancy termination and survival status of births, living arrangement of children, and future childbearing intentions.
? Knowledge and use of contraception. Questions are designed to determine knowledge and use of specific family planning methods. For women and their husbands/partner who are not using family planning method, questions about reasons for non-use and intentions for future use are included.
? Availability of family planning. Questions are included to determine where a user obtained her family planning method and whether non-users know of places to get family planning supplies or avail of family planning services.
? Women’s health. Information is collected on prenatal care, delivery and postnatal care, and tetanus toxoid immunization.
? Breastfeeding. Questions include information on breastfeeding initiation, frequency of breastfeeding, prelacteal feeding and bottle feeding.
? Children’s health. Questions pertain to immunization and recent occurrences of diarrhea, fever, and cough for all children born in the past five years.
? HIV/AIDS. Questions are included to ascertain knowledge or misconceptions about ways to reduce HIV/AIDS, transmission, stigma and access to HIV testing.
? Other Health Issues. Questions on smoking and problems in getting medical care are included.
Chapter 6 presents the detailed contents of the NDHS Form 2 and instructions on how to fill in the questionnaire.
3. NDHS Form 3 – Women’s Safety Module
The Women’s Safety Module is used to interview one selected respondent from all eligible women aged 15 to 49 years who are identified from the Household Questionnaire. It collects information on the following topics:
? Measures of Violence. Questions are asked to currently married women with reference to their current husband/partner; the last husband/partner, for formerly married women. These measure the evidence of ostensibly less severe physical violence, to more severe physical violence, the prevalence of emotional violence, economic and sexual violence.
? Women’s experience of violence since age 15 and recent violence in the 12 months preceding the survey.
? Violence during pregnancy. This carries additional risks to women’s health and survival and to the health and survival of the unborn child.
? Marital control. Attempts by husbands/partners to control the different aspects of the lives of their wives can be precursors to violent behaviors.
? Inter-spousal violence. Husbands/partners are not always the perpetrators of spousal violence; sometimes wives initiate spousal violence.
? Experience of forced sex at sexual initiation.
? Help-seeking behavior by women who have experienced violence.
? Awareness on Barangay Protection Order and various help desks.
Philippines National Demographic and Health Survey 2013
Philippine Statistics Authority
2013 Final Report_combine.pdf