210) ASK CONSENT FOR ANAEMIA TEST FROM PARENT/OTHER ADULT IDENTIFIED IN 209 AS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHILD.
As part of this survey, we are asking people all over the country to take an anaemia test. Anaemia is a serious health problem that usually results from poor nutrition, infection, or chronic disease. This survey will assist the government to develop programs to prevent and treat anaemia. We ask that children born in 2011 or later take part in anaemia testing in this survey and give a few drops of blood from a finger or heel. The equipment used to take the blood is clean and completely safe. It has never been used before and will be thrown away after each test. The blood will be tested for anaemia immediately, and the result will be told to you right away. The result will be kept strictly confidential and will not be shared with anyone other than members of our survey team.
Do you have any questions?
You can say yes to the test, or you can say no. It is up to you to decide.
Will you allow (NAME OF CHILD) to participate in the anaemia test?
211) CIRCLE THE APPROPRIATE CODE AND SIGN YOUR NAME.
GRANTED (SIGNED) 1
GRANTED (NO SIGNATURE) 3
Consent statement not read
Consent form not signed
NIU (not in universe)
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.
For household members under age 5, HEMOCONSENTHHLT5 (HC52) indicates whether permission was granted for their blood to be drawn and tested for hemoglobin level (as an indicator of anemia) or, if not, why not. Interviewers read a statement about hemoglobin testing and requested permission to draw and test the individual's blood for hemoglobin level; blood was drawn only if consent was given by a parent or guardian.
Child blood testing Variables -- TOPICS