Central Data Catalog
Survey of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene for Households and Schools 2017
Emcet Oktay Tas
April 04, 2018
Documentation in PDF
Download the questionnaires, technical documents and reports that describe the survey process and the key results for this study.
Poverty Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector in Tajikistan - Household Survey Questionnaire (English)
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Poverty Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector in Tajikistan - Household Survey Questionnaire (Tajik)
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Poverty Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector in Tajikistan - Household Survey Questionnaire (Russian)
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Poverty Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector in Tajikistan - School Survey Questionnaire
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Mental Model Questionnaire
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Glass Half Full - Poverty Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Conditions in Tajikistan
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This report presents a diagnostic of WASH conditions in Tajikistan and documents the characteristics, realities, and priorities of the country’s WASH-deprived population. The report is structured around four core questions that go beyond issues of “access” to WASH services and incorporate a wider range of contextual factors that collectively determine WASH conditions on the ground, such as affordability, service quality, and accountability of service providers. The core questions are compatible with the recently established WASH targets under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thus, the report not only addresses country-level issues, but the data it collected will contribute to efforts to monitor the global SDG targets.
Childhood Stunting in Tajikistan: Quantifying The Association With Wash Food Security, Health And Care Practices
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Rouselle Lavado William Seitz Alessia Thiebaud
This paper describes the results of an analysis of stunting and height-for-age z-scores for children under the age of 5 in Tajikistan. The analysis is based on nationally representative primary survey data collected in Tajikistan from October through December 2016.