Ethiopia - Population and Housing Census 2007 - IPUMS Subset

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IPUMS-International is an effort to inventory, preserve, harmonize, and disseminate census microdata from around the world. The project has collected the world's largest archive of publicly available census samples. The data are coded and documented consistently across countries and over time to facillitate comparative research. IPUMS-International makes these data available to qualified researchers free of charge through a web dissemination system. The IPUMS project is a collaboration of the Minnesota Population Center, National Statistical Offices, and international data archives. Major funding is provided by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Additional support is provided by the University of Minnesota Office of the Vice President for Research, the Minnesota Population Center, and Sun Microsystems.

Type: 
Microdata
Acronym: 
PHC 2007
Languages Supported: 
English
Topics: 
Topic not specified
Geographical Coverage: 
Ethiopia
Economy Coverage: 
Economy Coverage not specified
Release Date: 
December 20, 2016

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
May 2, 2019

Harvest System ID

Harvest System ID: 
Microdata

Harvest Source ID

Harvest Source ID: 
9165
Disclaimer: 
The user of the data acknowledges that the original collector of the data, the authorized distributor of the data, and the relevant funding agency bear no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses.
Version Description: 
- v6.4 (April 2016) Documentation of census data and harmonized variables as found in IPUMS-International. The International Household Survey Network (IHSN) contracted IPUMS-International for generating DDI and Dublin Core-compliant metadata related to population and housing census datasets from developing countries. The objective was to provide countries with detailed metadata in a format compatible with the DDI standard used by most of these countries, with a view to guarantee the preservation of the data and metadata, and the publishing of metadata. The intellectual rights (including copyright) for the data and metadata in IPUMS are retained by the countries under a Memorandum of Understanding with the contributing countries. IPUMS-International has distribution rights to the metadata and data. The XML documents generated by this process are viewed as a distribution of the metadata. Fields edited by the World Bank are: DDI ID and study ID to match World Bank study naming convention, as well as DDI Document Version and Version Description to reflect changes included in version 6.4. Previous version documented in the World Bank Microdata Library: - v6.3 (August 2014)
Version Production Date: 
Monday, April 25, 2016
Publisher Name: 

Minnesota Population Center; University of Minnesota, Development Data Group; World Bank

Study Type: 
Population and Housing Census [hh/popcen]
Universe: 
All housing units and households; all individuals who passed the night of the census date in the dwelling
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Central Statistical Agency; Government of Ethiopia, Minnesota Population Center; University of Minnesota
Sampling Procedure: 
MICRODATA SOURCE: Central Statistical Agency SAMPLE DESIGN: Systematic sample of every 10th household with a random start, drawn by the country. NOTE: The sample includes data from both the short and the long questionnaire. Only one-fifth of household received the long questionnaire, thus only 20% of the population have responses for most variables. SAMPLE UNIT: household SAMPLE FRACTION: 10% SAMPLE SIZE (person records): 7,434,086
Weighting: 
Weights computed by census agency should be used for most types of analysis. The weight applies to long form respondents only (short form respondents have a weight of zero). Use of the weight is essential for most analyses and yields point estimates that correspond closely to published reports for all variables.
Questionnaires: 
Two census questionnaires, a short form and a long form, collected information in five sections: 1) Area identification, 2) Type of residence and housing identification, 3) Details of persons in the household, 4) Deaths in the household during the last 12 month, and 5) Information on housing unit. The long questionnaire was administerd to 1 in 5 households in each enumeration area. The short questionnaire with a subset of the long questionnaire items corresponding to basic demographic and social characteristics (population size, sex, age, religion, mother tongue, ethnic group, disability and orphanage) was administered to the remaining (non-sample) households.
Other Processing: 
UNITS IDENTIFIED: - Dwellings: No - Vacant units: No - Households: Yes - Individuals: Yes - Group quarters: Yes UNIT DESCRIPTIONS: - Dwellings: A housing unit is a separate and independent part of the whole of a building or a group of buildings used or intended to be used for habitation by a household, or if not so, used or intended to be used for a combination of habitation and commercial activity, or commercial activity only. - Households: A group of persons who live in the same housing unit or in connected premises and have common arrangements for cooking and eating their food. A household could consist of a single person, but usually, it consists of a husband, his wife, his children, relatives and non-relatives. The non-relatives could be friends, servants, employees, etc. As long as household members have the same arrangement for food it includes servants and guards, too. - Group quarters: Premises (housing units, buildings, or compounds) in which a number of unrelated or related persons reside together, and share common facilities. It includes, hotels, hostels, boarding schools, home for the aged , children's home, prisons, military barracks, monasteries, work camps, rehabilitation centers, children?s home, etc. It is important to note that in the premises of some collective quarters there may be private households.
Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 

Minnesota Population Center

Time Periods: 
August, 2017

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Minnesota Population Center. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, International: Version 6.4 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 2015. Researchers should also acknowledge the statistical agency that originally produced the data: Ethiopia, Central Statistical Agency, The 2007 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia The licensing agreement for use of IPUMS-International data requires that users supply IPUMS-International with the title and full citation for any publications, research reports, or educational materials making use of the data or documentation. Copies of such materials are also gratefully received at [email protected] Printed matter should be sent to: IPUMS-International Minnesota Population Center University of Minnesota 50 Willey Hall 225 19th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55455

IPUMS-International is an effort to inventory, preserve, harmonize, and disseminate census microdata from around the world. The project has collected the world's largest archive of publicly available census samples. The data are coded and documented consistently across countries and over time to facillitate comparative research. IPUMS-International makes these data available to qualified researchers free of charge through a web dissemination system. The IPUMS project is a collaboration of the Minnesota Population Center, National Statistical Offices, and international data archives. Major funding is provided by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Additional support is provided by the University of Minnesota Office of the Vice President for Research, the Minnesota Population Center, and Sun Microsystems.

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Acronym: 
PHC 2007
Type: 
Languages Supported: 
Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 
Minnesota Population Center
Disclaimer: 
The user of the data acknowledges that the original collector of the data, the authorized distributor of the data, and the relevant funding agency bear no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses.
Weighting: 
Weights computed by census agency should be used for most types of analysis. The weight applies to long form respondents only (short form respondents have a weight of zero). Use of the weight is essential for most analyses and yields point estimates that correspond closely to published reports for all variables.
Time Periods: 
August, 2017
Economy Coverage: 
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Central Statistical Agency; Government of Ethiopia, Minnesota Population Center; University of Minnesota
Publisher Name: 
Minnesota Population Center; University of Minnesota, Development Data Group; World Bank
Version Description: 
- v6.4 (April 2016) Documentation of census data and harmonized variables as found in IPUMS-International. The International Household Survey Network (IHSN) contracted IPUMS-International for generating DDI and Dublin Core-compliant metadata related to population and housing census datasets from developing countries. The objective was to provide countries with detailed metadata in a format compatible with the DDI standard used by most of these countries, with a view to guarantee the preservation of the data and metadata, and the publishing of metadata. The intellectual rights (including copyright) for the data and metadata in IPUMS are retained by the countries under a Memorandum of Understanding with the contributing countries. IPUMS-International has distribution rights to the metadata and data. The XML documents generated by this process are viewed as a distribution of the metadata. Fields edited by the World Bank are: DDI ID and study ID to match World Bank study naming convention, as well as DDI Document Version and Version Description to reflect changes included in version 6.4. Previous version documented in the World Bank Microdata Library: - v6.3 (August 2014)
Universe: 
All housing units and households; all individuals who passed the night of the census date in the dwelling
Geographical Coverage: 
Data Classification of a Dataset: 
Version Production Date: 
Monday, April 25, 2016
Sampling Procedure: 
MICRODATA SOURCE: Central Statistical Agency SAMPLE DESIGN: Systematic sample of every 10th household with a random start, drawn by the country. NOTE: The sample includes data from both the short and the long questionnaire. Only one-fifth of household received the long questionnaire, thus only 20% of the population have responses for most variables. SAMPLE UNIT: household SAMPLE FRACTION: 10% SAMPLE SIZE (person records): 7,434,086
Release Date: 
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Last Updated Date: 
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Questionnaires: 
Two census questionnaires, a short form and a long form, collected information in five sections: 1) Area identification, 2) Type of residence and housing identification, 3) Details of persons in the household, 4) Deaths in the household during the last 12 month, and 5) Information on housing unit. The long questionnaire was administerd to 1 in 5 households in each enumeration area. The short questionnaire with a subset of the long questionnaire items corresponding to basic demographic and social characteristics (population size, sex, age, religion, mother tongue, ethnic group, disability and orphanage) was administered to the remaining (non-sample) households.
Other Processing: 
UNITS IDENTIFIED: - Dwellings: No - Vacant units: No - Households: Yes - Individuals: Yes - Group quarters: Yes UNIT DESCRIPTIONS: - Dwellings: A housing unit is a separate and independent part of the whole of a building or a group of buildings used or intended to be used for habitation by a household, or if not so, used or intended to be used for a combination of habitation and commercial activity, or commercial activity only. - Households: A group of persons who live in the same housing unit or in connected premises and have common arrangements for cooking and eating their food. A household could consist of a single person, but usually, it consists of a husband, his wife, his children, relatives and non-relatives. The non-relatives could be friends, servants, employees, etc. As long as household members have the same arrangement for food it includes servants and guards, too. - Group quarters: Premises (housing units, buildings, or compounds) in which a number of unrelated or related persons reside together, and share common facilities. It includes, hotels, hostels, boarding schools, home for the aged , children's home, prisons, military barracks, monasteries, work camps, rehabilitation centers, children?s home, etc. It is important to note that in the premises of some collective quarters there may be private households.
Harvest Source: 
Harvest System ID: 
9165
Citation Text: 
Minnesota Population Center. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, International: Version 6.4 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 2015. Researchers should also acknowledge the statistical agency that originally produced the data: Ethiopia, Central Statistical Agency, The 2007 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia The licensing agreement for use of IPUMS-International data requires that users supply IPUMS-International with the title and full citation for any publications, research reports, or educational materials making use of the data or documentation. Copies of such materials are also gratefully received at [email protected] Printed matter should be sent to: IPUMS-International Minnesota Population Center University of Minnesota 50 Willey Hall 225 19th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55455
Modified date: 
18018
Study Type: 
Population and Housing Census [hh/popcen]
Primary Dataset: 
Yes
Mode of Data Collection: 

Face-to-face

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