Kenya Phase 3 HQFQ Survey

Survey Title:
Kenya Phase 3 HQFQ Survey
Dataset Persistent ID:
10.34976/ecre-cf28
Country:
Kenya
Suggested Citation:

Suggested citation: International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya (ICRHK); the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; and Jhpiego. Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) Kenya Phase 3: Household and Female Survey (Version 2.0), PMA2022/ KE-P3-HQFQ. 2022. Kenya and Baltimore, Maryland, USA. https://doi.org/ 10.34976/ecre-cf28

Survey Type:
Household / Female
Organizations:

International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya (ICRH-K), National Council for Population and Development, and Kenya National Bureau of Statistics; the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins University; and Jhpiego.

Description:

PMA Kenya Phase 3 Household and Female Survey collects national and county level representative data on knowledge, practice, and coverage of family planning services in 103 enumeration areas (EAs) using a multi-stage stratified cluster design with urban-rural strata. The final sample included 9,656 households and 9,489 de facto females who completed the interview for the cross-sectional sample. Data collection was conducted between November and January 2022.

Phase 3 panel data collection was conducted among 10,994 females aged 15-49 at the time of the Phase 3 survey who were interviewed at Phase 1 or Phase 2 and consented to follow-up. Among the Phase 3 panel women, 73% of them were enrolled in the panel survey at Phase 1 between November and December 2020 and 27% were enrolled in the panel survey at Phase 2 between November and January 2021. Of the 10,994 eligible respondents, 17.8% were not reached for follow-up at Phase 3. Of those reached, 8,841 (80.4%) completed the Phase 3 survey, for a response rate of 99% among contacted women.

Field work:
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Keywords:
Family Planning
Reproductive Health
Contraception
Household and Female
Survey Research
Longitudinal Survey
Kenya
Funding:
PMA project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.