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Table 3 Conditional statements and adjusting the scoring rubric

From: Measuring self-reliance among refugee and internally displaced households: the development of an index in humanitarian settings

Domain Logical condition Scoring condition Panel A: Pre-SRI scoring adjustments Decision Panel B: Post-SRI scoring adjustments
Number of cases in which condition holds Number of cases in which condition holds
Kenya Mexico Kenya Mexico
Housing Households that report not having any shelter should not be considered to have average or greater self-reliance. SRI score is less than 3 for households with a domain score of 1. N/A 2 out of 2 Acceptable N/A 2 out of 2
Food Households that report not eating a full meal yesterday should not be considered to have medium or high self-reliance. SRI score is less than 2.5 for households with a domain score of 1 or 2. 0 out of 17 2 out of 12 Adjustments needed 10 out of 17 10 out of 12
Safety Households that report not feeling safe enough to pursue any social, economic, or educational opportunities should not be considered to have average or greater self-reliance. SRI score is less than 3 for households with a domain score of 1. N/A 5 out of 12 Potential adjustments neededa N/A 11 out of 12
Assistance Households that report relying on assistance to meet the majority of their basic needs should not be considered to have medium or high self-reliance. SRI score is less than 2.5 for households with a domain score of 1. 0 out of 15 2 out of 16 Adjustments needed 8 out of 15 14 out of 16
  1. aImprovement in this condition was achieved through changes made to the way in which the Food and Assistance domains were integrated into the final scoring system