Furniture / Toys
0 – Insufficient, basic, simple, old, un-paired; maybe old rugs, some important parts missing, no decorative items, no toys
1 – Modest but functional, all necessary parts available, carpets and some pictures, some decorative items and some inexpensive toys – noting outstanding
2 – Good furniture, carpets, paintings, toys
0 – House quite ruined without visible repairs (paint, wall paper, masonry, carpentry, roof, bathroom, etc). Windows: old, missing or with plastic sheets; roof, doors, gates, locks old and bad
1 – Modest but with visible repairs (partially or fully from above)
2 – Normal looking house, painted, normal carpentry, masonry, gates, doors, windows
0 – No electricity
1 – Electricity lines illegally connected – no meter, low amperage and voltage, not appropriate for more than a light and maybe cooking
2 – Normal electrical line
0 – communal line available but no connection in the house
1 – No communal line available and or illegal connection in the house
2 – Gas connected and used
0 – No water except from the well (without electric pump)
1 – Water-tap available – one source outside the dwelling – collective or individual – communal or from the well with el. pump
2 – Normal communal water or pumping system connected in the dwelling
0 – No sewage
1 – Collective sewage system – outside the dwelling or partial sewage
2 – Normal sewage system – in kitchen, toilet & bathroom
0 – No kitchen, kitchen in the room, only a wood-stove
1 – Partially equipped kitchen in bad condition – just enough to call it so
2 – Normal kitchen with all required appliances
0 – No bathroom – only a "washing place" outside the dwelling or collective
1 – Basic bathroom with wash-stand, shower, without or with old basic tiling
2 – Normal bathroom with hot water
0 – No or collective
1 – Outside without sewage
2 – Normal toilet within the bathroom or separately
Heating / Cooling
0 – No system, "humanitarian type" wood stove or fire place
1 – Gas heating or other non-communal system for heating parts of the dwelling
2 – Communal or other central heating system (for the whole dwelling)
0 – Wood stove used also for heating (simple)
1 – Electric or gas stove – old but functional
2 – Normal stove – newer model with all the gadgets
Refrigerator / Deep freezer / Laundry machine / TV set / Video/DVD
0 – None
1 – Old model "still functioning"
2 – Newer model
MC / Car / Truck
0 – Not in possession
1 – Old car, truck, but are not used and not registered. Close to non-operational and used only for emergency. Market value below 500/1000 USD respectively
2 – Any other car or truck
Tractor / Animal
0 – Not in possession
1 – Using animal for agricultural work
2 – Using tractor for agricultural work
0 – None or some of (non cumulative): up to 10 poultry animals, few hares, up to 2 sheep or goats
1 – Up to 20 poultry animals or hares, up to 4 sheep or goats, no large cattle
2 – More than above
0 – No arable land but the small garden (up to 3 Ares) next to the dwelling
1 – Up to 1 ha of land available and used for vegetables, grains, pasture, etc – owned or rented or otherwise used
2 – More than above
0 – All family members have only basic worn-off clothes – noting outstanding and used for all occasions, no jewellery except the wedding rings (a “ must have by tradition”). Second hand donations or purchases are used to renew the clothes and footwear.
1 – Normal cheap clothes and footwear, the "family representing" members have some better outfit (HoH, children going in school, students, etc). Nothing too fashionable, basic traditional jewellery scarcely present
2 – Normal (as of the monitors families or better)
0 – Deficient usage of hygienic items – obvious shortage of soap, shampoo, detergents and other cleaning/washing agent, tooth brushes and tooth paste, self “hairstyling”, non-existence of cosmetics, nail and hair varnish, deodorants, perfumes, etc.
1 – All necessary hygiene items are available but basic (cheapest ones), scarce existence of some cosmetics, nail and hair varnish, deodorants, perfumes, etc.
2 – All items available and used, popular brands widely used
0 – Existing chronic illnesses are not properly treated in the public health institutions as there is no money for travel, medicaments, check-ups, etc. Acute diseases are mostly treated with traditional “home medicine” methods. Medical services are generally not available or not affordable.
1 – Basic medical services are generally available and affordable. The household may have difficulties to pay for more expensive medicaments and treatments in hospitals or specialised institutes.
2 – Household can afford all kind of treatments available in the region.
0 – Non smokers and non drinkers; If smoking or drinking - only the cheapest local brands are used (due to strong addiction) and the consumption of drinks and cigarettes results in insufficient feeding.
1 – Cheap cigarettes and drinks are used but without negative reflection on the feeding.
2 – Expensive brands of cigarettes and alcohol beverages are used.
Data Inventory category
This Data Inventory category contains the following fields used for information specific to household situation.