Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Survey - Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices(KAP),
Mtendeli Refugee Camp, November 2021
Other Household Survey [hh/oth]
This dataset was collected as part of the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) survey in the Nduta refugee camp hosting Burundian refugees in North-West Tanzania.
This survey is intended to generate an understanding of the communities' level of knowledge, attitudes and practices gained through WASH interventions in the camps and project performance indicators measurements. As of the survey period, Mtendeli camp was accommodating 10,989 refugees living in 2,576 households.
The questionnaire followed UNHCR WASH standard methodology, translated into both English and Kiswahili. Enumerators used Kiswahili version, translation into Kirundi carried out when interviewing respondents who did not understand Swahili.
Kind of Data
Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of Analysis
v2.1: Edited, cleaned and anonymised data
Water collection and storage, Drinking water and Hygiene, hygiene Promotion, sanitation / latrine, dissemination of hygiene messages, WASH related diseases and health seeking behaviour, Menstrual Hygiene Management, gender and Protection Mainstreaming.
Water Sanitation Hygiene
All refugees in the camp
Producers and sponsors
A two staged cluster was used for this sampling. A cluster approach was applied to select villages for the survey, whereas simple random sampling to select households. 232 households were estimated to be selected using simple random sampling, for anticipated non-response rate of 5%.The team interviewed 380 households.
Dates of Data Collection
Data Collection Mode
UNHCR (2021). Tanzania: WASH KAP in Mtendeli Camp - April 2021. Accessed from: https://microdata.unhcr.org
Archive where study is originally stored
United Nations Refugee Agency Microdata Library
Original Archive Study ID: UNHCR_TZA_2021_KAP_Mtendeli_v2.1
DDI Document ID
Development Data Group
Metadata adapted for World Bank Microdata Library
Date of Metadata Production
DDI Document version
Version 1 (December 2022). This version is identical to UNHCR DDI ID: UNHCR_TZA_2021_KAP_Mtendeli_v2.1, except the following edits were made:
-Document ID and Survey ID,
- Minor formatting corrections
- Specified the archive where study is originally stored