During the past 4 weeks, did anyone in your household spend money or barter for any of the following items?
Betel leaf, areca nut, lime
Pocket money for children
Coal, wood, sawdust, chaff
Kerosene for cooking or light
Gasoline for motor vehicles (car, motorcycle)
Matches, candles, flint
Laundry, dishwashing detergent, bleach
Bath soap, shampoo, toothpaste
Toilet paper, razorblades, toothbrushes
Bicycle, motorcycle or car tending
Regular worship items
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.
The interviewer has to ask question 1 to all products listed in the questionnaire first.
Upon the completion of this question, move on to the second question.
If the respondent says that they have bought or bartered for goods in the last 4 weeks, the
interviewer marks “X” to the respective box for this question. This question requires the
respondent to confirm yes or no.
Item 102. Allowance expenses for children: is the money given to children to spend, apart from
money for breakfast already listed in household expenditures section 11.
Item 103. Charcoal, wood, sawdust and item 104. Petroleum: check question 37 section 6 B. If
the household uses and has to buy these items, record these items in the last 4 weeks.
Item 114. Worship: is the expenditures for worship, considered as a daily, or monthly activity
such as the First day of the month, mid month, lighting incense, going to the pagoda, church.