Survey Summary

Namibia: Standard DHS, 2006-07
DHS Final Reports
Summary Reports/Key Findings
General Fact Sheets
Policy Briefs
In The News:
Survey Datasets
Data Available
HIV Testing
Not Collected
GPS Datasets
Data Available
SPA Datasets
Not Applicable
Country: Namibia
Contract Phase: DHS-V
Recode Structure: DHS-V
Implementing Organization: Ministry of Health and Social Services (MOHSS)
Fieldwork: November 2006 - March 2007
Status: Completed
Households: Sample Size: 9200
Female: All Women
Age: 15 to 49
Sample Size: 9804
Male: All Men
Age: 15 to 49
Sample Size: 3915
Facilities: N/A
Survey Characteristics
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Anthropometry
  • Basic material needs
  • Birth registration
  • Calendar
  • Cooking fuel
  • GPS/georeferenced
  • Health insurance
  • HIV behavior
  • HIV knowledge
  • Malaria questions
  • Male circumcision self-reported
  • Maternal mortality
  • Men's survey
  • Micronutrients
  • Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC)
  • Paper survey
  • Social marketing
  • Tobacco use
  • Tuberculosis questions
  • Vitamin A questions
  • Women's status

Although testing salt for iodine appears in the household questionnare, it was not implemented.