The survey provides statistically sound and internationally comparable data essential for developing evidence-based policies and programmes, and for monitoring progress toward national goals and global commitments.
The Kiribati Social Development Indicator Survey (SDIS) results are critically important for the purposes of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) monitoring, as the survey produces information on 32 global SDG indicators adopted by the National Development Indicators framework, either in their entirety or partially.
The 2018-19 Kiribati SDIS has as its primary objectives:
• To provide high quality data for assessing the situation of children, adolescents, women and households in KSDIS;
• To furnish data needed for monitoring progress toward national goals, as a basis for future action;
• To collect disaggregated data for the identification of disparities, to inform policies aimed at social inclusion of the most vulnerable;
• To validate data from other sources and the results of focused interventions;
• To generate data on national and global SDG indicators;
• To generate internationally comparable data for the assessment of the progress made in various areas, and to put additional efforts in those areas that require more attention;
• To generate behavioural and attitudinal data not available in other data sources.
Version 01: This is the final clean, labelled, and anonymized version of the master file.
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics; Household belongings; Communication; Agriculture; Social Transfers; Household Energy use; Dengue; Water and sanitation; Handwashing; Salt iodisation.
-HOUSEHOLD MEMBER: Individual charateristics; Education; Dengue.
-MOSQUITO NETS: Dengue.
-WOMEN IN REPRODUCTIVE AGE: Education; Literacy; Individual characteristics; Communication; Fertility and birth history; Maternal and newborn health; Post-natal health checks; Contraception; Unmet need; Attitudes toward domestic violence; Victimisation; Marriage/union; Adult functioning; Sexual behaviour; HIV/AIDS; Sexually transmitted infections; Tobacco and alcohol use; Life satisfaction; Domestic violence.
-BIRTH HISTORY: Birth history.
-MEN IN REPRODUCTIVE AGE: Education; Literacy; Individual characteristics; Communication; Fertility, Contraception, Attitudes toward domestic violence, Victimisation; Marriage/union; Adult functioning; Sexual behaviour; HIV/AIDS; Sexually transmitted infections; Circumcision, Tobacco and alcohol use; Life satisfaction.
-MOTHERS OR PRIMARY CARETAKERS OF CHILDREN UNDER 5: Education; Individual characteristics; Birth registration; Early childhood development; Child discipline; Child functioning; Breastfeeding and dietary intake; Immunisation; Care of illness.
-MOTHERS OR PRIMARY CARETAKERS OF CHILDREN AGE 5-17: Education; Child's background; Child labour; Child discipline; Child functioning; Parental involvement; Foundational learning skills.
* Collection start: 2018
* Collection end: 2019
|Publisher||Pacific Data Hub|
|Modified||29 November 2022|
|Release Date||01 April 2020|
|Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location||Array|