THIS SECTION SHOULD BE COMPLETED AT THE END OF THE INTERVIEW. YOU WILL HAVE TO COME BACK TO THIS SECTION ONCE YOU HAVE REACHED T8 AND ONLY IF THERE ARE CHILDREN IN THE
HOUSEHOLD FOR WHICH THIS SECTION NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED. IN CASE A CHILD IS NOT PRESENT AT THE MOMENT OF VISIT, YOU WILL HAVE TO COME BACK BEFORE LEAVING THE VILLAGE. MAKE SURE YOU SELECT THE APPROPRIATE NUMBER OF VISITS ON T8 IN THAT CASE AND TO SET THE TIME OF RESUMPTION AND FINISHED OF THE SECOND VISIT.
Was the height of [NAME] recorded?
Je, [NAME] alipimwa urefu?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
If the child is not home at the moment of your visit, you should try to go back to the household within the 4 days
(average) of your stay in the village and make sure that you find the child there. In case the child will not come back
within those 4 days, you should report 'currently not home'. If child not available for taking measurements, but if child
does have a clinic card, copy the measurements from this clinic card and select option 'NO - copied from clinic card'.
Directions on how to measure height (for children under 85 cm):
(i) Place the measuring board on the ground, and lay the child in the middle of it
(ii) The assistance hol'd the sides of the child's head, and positions the child so that the top of the head touches the
"foot board" (You can ask the respondent to assist you)
(iii) The measurer positions and hold the knees and ankles in a straight line, then places the "cursor" (movable portion)
at a 90 degree angle against the child's feet
For children over or equal to 85cm, place the board upright and follow the same procedures
(iv) The measurer reads the length to the nearest 0.1 cm and annoonces it to an assistant
Enabled only for children older than 6 months AND younger than 5 years old.