The Federal Government Interiorization strategy implemented by Operation Welcome voluntarily relocates Venezuelan refugees and migrants from the states of Roraima and Amazonas to other cities in the country.
This study had the purpose to analysise a cohort of households before and after interiorization. 366 households were interviewed in Boa Vista before departure. 148 follow up telephone interviews took place 6-8 weeks following their departure. 145 households that relocated more than 4 months prior ro the research action were interviewed as control group.
Kind of Data
Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of Analysis
v2.1: Edited, anonymous dataset for licensed distribution
The scope includes:
- demographic characteristics of the household
- access to services
- priority needs
- coping mechanisms
Livelihood & Social cohesion
Households that relocated internally from one city to another.
United Nations Refugee Agency Microdata Library
Original Archive Study ID: UNHCR_BRA_2019_ICS_v2.1
DDI Document ID
UN Refugee Agency
Development Data Group
Metadata adapted for World Bank Microdata Library
DDI Document version
Version 1 (December 2022). This version is identical to UNHCR DDI ID: UNHCR_BRA_2019_ICS_v2.1, except the following edits were made:
-Document ID and Survey ID,
- Minor formatting corrections
- Specified the archive where study is originally stored