Impact assessment in complex contexts of rural livelihood transformations in Africa. Part 1- Longitudinal household income data

  • James Copestake (Creator)
  • Claire Allan (Other)
  • Erin Thomas (Other)
  • Ellis Wolf (Other)
  • Celia Petty (Rights Holder)

Dataset

Description

The individual household method (IHM) was developed by Evidence for Development as a reliable, standardised method of collecting and using household income data that is suitable for operational use. IHM work involves both in-person data collection and the use of specialised analytical software, open-IHM, which can be used to manage complex household data and produce reports, models and predictions to inform policy-making.

This data set includes anonymised data from project areas Masumbankunda, Malawi; Karonga, Malawi; Tigray, Ethiopia; Assela, Ethiopia.

Please also see related file on Qualitative Impact Assessment (QUIP) data which includes some qualitative data collected from a sub-sample of the same households included in this study (only Round 2 files - Round 1 households were not from the same sample set).
Date made available4 Feb 2016
PublisherUK Data Service
Date of data production10 Sep 2012 - 9 Sep 2015
Geographical coverageMasumbankunda, Malawi; Karonga, Malawi; Tigray, Ethiopia; Assela, Ethiopia.

Cite this

Copestake, J. (Creator), Allan, C. (Other), Thomas, E. (Other), Wolf, E. (Other), Petty, C. (Rights Holder). (4 Feb 2016). Impact assessment in complex contexts of rural livelihood transformations in Africa. Part 1- Longitudinal household income data. UK Data Service. 10.5255/UKDA-SN-852064