Publication: COVID-19 Impact Monitoring at the Household Level: Burkina Faso, Brief No. 5
Tsimpo Nkengne, Clarence
Backiny-Yetna, Prospere R.
This note presents the results of the fifth round of a nationally re presentative telephone survey ( HFPS). Data collection took place between December 9 and December 30,2020. In addition to the 2,011 households successfully interviewed in the fourth round, in an effort to maintain sample size, additional 84 households that had not been successfully interviewed in previous rounds but did not ref use to participate in the survey were called in this fifth round. 9 households were excluded from the sample of Round 5 as they ref used to participate in Round 4. 1,968 households (93.9 4 percent of the 2,095 attempted) w ere contacted and 1,944 (92.79 percent) were successfully interviewed in Round 5. Of those contacted, 24 households ref used outright to be interviewed. The questionnaire includes key modules that had already been administered in previous rounds, namely, access to food and health services, employment and income, and shocks. Major additions were made to the questionnaire: (i) a module on Covid-19 (coronavirus) testing and vaccination; (ii) expansion of the education module to cover the resumption of classes and get an idea of the impact of Covid-19 on school attendance. For the sake of simplicity, this note focuses on these two new themes.
“Tsimpo Nkengne, Clarence; Tiberti, Marco; Backiny-Yetna, Prospere R.; Costantini, Marco; Koncobo, Zakaria; Tiendrebeogo, Adama. 2021. COVID-19 Impact Monitoring at the Household Level : Burkina Faso, Brief No. 5. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/35601 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”