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South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 Impact assessment (SANHANES-1IMPACT), 2017: Interviews

As part of the assessment of the impact of findings of the South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 in respect only of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), in-depth interviews with relevant parties. The evaluation consisted of five output, outcome and impact categories, i.e. knowledge, benefits to future research and research use, benefits from informing policy and product development, health and health sector benefits, and broader social and economic benefits.

The data set contains a summary of 14 interviews conducted with participants ranging from a senior medical researcher to a PHD student.

The realised respondent interviews comprised 3 South African medical academic researchers; 4 members of the SANHANES-1 research team; 5 government officials (Department of Health and Treasury); 1 PhD student; and 1 foreign researcher. Three HSRC communications staff provided information about media and social media outputs. Despite several attempts, 2 other key high-profile stakeholders could not be interviewed.

South African Poverty indicators 1996 - 2001 Municipalities: All provinces

This is aggregated data of individuals or households. The data originates from the South African censuses of 1996 and 2001 and covers the whole country at a municipal level. In order to calculate the aggregate poverty gap a cross tabulation of household income by household size, municipality and population group was drawn from the 2001 census.

The poverty gap of each poor household was summed to arrive at the aggregate poverty gap for each municipality.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Combined data with individual weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined data set. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 4980 records and 269 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

This version of the combined dataset should be used when analysis is to be performed at individual level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Combined data with household weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 4980 records and 269 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at household level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Questionnaire 1 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2497 records and 369 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services-education, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

Rotating modules are: health status, HIV/AIDS and health behaviour, communication, International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module: national identity, democracy part 2, poverty, generational and gender attitudes and domestic violence, interpersonal violence.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Questionnaire 2 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2483 records and 356 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services-education,health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour,moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

Rotating modules are: health status, HIV/AIDS and health behaviour, communication, International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module: national identity, democracy part 2, poverty, generational and gender attitudes and domestic violence, interpersonal violence.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2004: Combined data with individual weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2004 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 5583 records and 255 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services and local government, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behavior, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at individual level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2004: Combined data with household weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2004 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 5583 records and 255 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services and local government, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behavior, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at household level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2004: Questionnaire 1 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2004 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2799 records and 343 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services and local government, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

Rotating modules are: International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module, environment, democracy part 2, poverty.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2004: Questionnaire 2 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2004 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2784 records and 336 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services and local government, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behavior, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

Rotating modules are: International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module, environment, democracy part 2, poverty.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2005: Combined data with individual weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2005 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 5734 records and 167 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, national identity, public services, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, water, demographics and other classificatory variables.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at individual level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2005: Combined data with household weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2005 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 5734 records and 167 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, national identity, public services, moral and religious issues, crime, voting, water, demographics and other classificatory variables.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at household level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2005: Questionnaire 1 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2005 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2850 records and 311 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, national identity, public services-education, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

Rotating modules are: International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module – Work orientation, intergroup relations, Soccer World Cup, democracy part 2, water services and poverty.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2005: Questionnaire 2 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2005 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2884 records and 313 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, national identity, public services, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

Rotating modules are: International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module – Work orientation, intergroup relations, Soccer World Cup, democracy part 2, water services and poverty.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2006: Combined data with individual weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined data set. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2006 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 5843 records and 157 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at individual level.