Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire (CWIQ)

CWIQ currently constitutes one of the largest socio-economic household survey databases on Tanzania. Since 2003 EDI has interviewed roughly 20,000 households in 35 different districts. For 9 districts repeat surveys have been organised to track changes over time. RATIONALE: Absence of district level survey data does not rhyme with the devolution of power to districts. Tanzania […]

Survey of Household Welfare and Labour in Tanzania (SHWALITA)

The Survey of Household Welfare and Labour in Tanzania (SHWALITA) is a 4,000-household survey, funded by the World Bank and implemented by EDI Global in 2007. It comprises three separate experiments: (i) Consumption experiment: This experiment involves eight alternative consumption questionnaires distributed randomly among 4,000 households. The questionnaires differ in method (diaries or recall modules), […]

Kagera Health and Development Survey (KHDS)

The Kagera Health and Development Survey (KHDS) is a study into the long-run wealth dynamics of households and individuals within North West Tanzania. EDI Global interviewed households originally interviewed from 1991 to 1994, with follow-up surveys in 2004 and 2010. This constitutes one of the longest-running African panel data set of this nature and offers […]