1 Head of household
 2 Spouse of head
 3 Child of head
 4 Parent of head
 5 Sibling of head
 6 Other relative of head
 7 No family relationship to head
Son or daughter
Father or mother
Brother or sister
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.
1.2.1. Questions for ALL Household Members
2. Column P2: First name and last name
Write in Column P2 the first names and last names of all the household members, starting with the head of household, as mentioned on the principle for listing the household members. Before starting to ask other questions, write first all the first names and last names. This is done to avoid the possible memory failures of the head of household. Write the usual first name of each household member, followed with his family name. When several members in the household bear the same last name and first name, use surnames when needed.
N.B: When, in a household, one finds a new born not yet baptized, write as a first name the term "boy" or "girl", depending on his or her sex, followed by the family name.
Boy TRAORE = is a newborn male child, not yet baptized, whose father is Mr. TRAORE.
Girl TRAORE = is a newborn female child, not yet baptized, whose father is Mr. TRAORE.
This variable indicates the person's relationship to head of household.