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Table 3 Quality of reporting of 77 surveys conducted in Yemen from 2011 to 2019

From: “Strengthening data quality and reporting from small-scale surveys in humanitarian settings: a case study from Yemen, 2011–2019”

  Pre-Conflict
n(%)
31 (100)
Conflict
n(%)
46 (100)
Total
N(%)
77 (100)
Reported U5DR 27 (87.1) 40 (87.0) 67 (87.0)
Parameters for U5DR est. 15 (48.4) 16 (34.8) 31 (40.3)
U5DR expressed in 10,000/day 28 (90.3) 40 (87.0) 68 (88.3)
Reported CIs for U5DRa 27 (87.1) 40 (87.0) 67 (87.0)
U5DR reporting criteria met 15 (48.4) 16 (34.8) 31 (40.3)
Calculated mortality sample sizeb 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Recall period 31 (100) 46 (100) 77 (100)
Design effect 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Desired precision 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Expected death rate 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Non-response rate 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Average household size 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
Sample size reporting criteria met 24 (77.4) 36 (78.3) 60 (77.9)
  1. a surveys that reported estimated 0/10000/day U5DR were considered to have reported Cis. b reported parameters for sample size calculation