Impacts of reducing water collection times in rural Kenya: Meru ESM RCT

SND-ID: SND 1294

Den här studien är en del av samlingen Environment for Development

Skapare/primärforskare

Jane Kabubo-Mariara - Partnership for Economic Policy

Peter Kimuyu - Commission on Revenue Allocation, Government of Kenya

Joseph Cook - Washington State University, School of Economics

Beskrivning

We measured momentary well-being using the Experience Sampling Method (ESM) among 220 water collectors in rural Meru County, Kenya over eight weeks. Subjects reported on affect and time use at four randomly-chosen times through the day (Monday through Saturday) on a custom-designed ODK survey app, deployed on a low-cost smartphone. Subjects completed a second ODK survey each weekday evening, reporting on school attendance, study time and chores performed for each school-aged child in the household. After several weeks of baseline data, half of households were randomly chosen to receive free delivery of water to their door for four weeks, reducing water collection times to (near) zero. In-person baseline, midline and endline surveys were conducted by enumerators.

Språk

Engelska

Huvudman, medverkande och finansiering

Forskningshuvudman

Göteborgs universitet

Diarienummer hos huvudman

MS-105

Finansiering 1

  • Finansiär: Environment for Development Initiative

Finansiering 2

  • Finansiär: Sida (Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingsarbete)
Skyddsvärde och etikprövning

Data innefattar personuppgifter

Nej

Etikprövning

- dnr 52167

Etikprövningen utfördes av University of Washington (USA) Institutional Review Board

Metod och tidsperiod

Population

Households in rural Kenya without a private water connection at home

Tidsdimension

Urvalsmetod

Sannolikhetsurval

Tidsperiod(er) som undersökts

2016-08-20 – 2016-10-08

Geografisk täckning

Geografisk utbredning

Geografisk plats: Kenya

Geografisk beskrivning: Rural Meru County

Lägsta geografiska enhet

Valkrets

Högsta geografiska enhet

Landskap

Ämnesområde och nyckelord

Forskningsområde

EKONOMI, Ekonomiska system och ekonomisk utveckling, Sociala förhållanden och indikatorer, Tidsanvändning, PSYKOLOGI (CESSDA Topic Classification)
Samhällsvetenskap (Standard för svensk indelning av forskningsämnen 2011)

Publikationer

RFF-EfD Discussion Paper 18-07 (working paper)
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Dataset 1
Impacts of reducing water collection times in rural Kenya: Meru ESM RCT

Beskrivning

The dataset “Meru ESM RCT.dta” contains (in Stata format) the merged data from the ESM exercise and the baseline, midline and endline surveys. The baseline, midline and endline survey were conducted once with each household, but each household completed multiple ESM surveys. This dataset contains 12,956 observations, so to recreate the baseline, midline and endline datasets (one row per household) one would collapse the data on phoneid.
The baseline, midline and endline surveys contain some da

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Citering

Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Peter Kimuyu, Joseph Cook. Göteborgs universitet, Environment for Development, Handelshögskolan (2022). Impacts of reducing water collection times in rural Kenya: Meru ESM RCT. Svensk nationell datatjänst. Version 1. https://doi.org/10.5878/qa1e-sq29

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Dataformat / datastruktur

Numeriska

Text

Skapare/primärforskare

Jane Kabubo-Mariara - Partnership for Economic Policy

Peter Kimuyu - Commission on Revenue Allocation, Government of Kenya

Joseph Cook - Washington State University, School of Economics

Datainsamling

  • Insamlingsmetod: Personlig intervju: CAPI/CAMI
  • Tidsperiod(er) för datainsamling: 2015-08-01–2015-08-31
  • Datakälla: Forskningsdata
Dataset 2
Impacts of reducing water collection times in rural Kenya: School-aged Children

Beskrivning

The data from the daily survey of school-children is in the file “Meru schoolkids.dta”. These can be linked back to the household level data in “Meru ESM RCT” using phoneid, and to the child-specific variables using the variable “pid”. The matching was done based on manually matching names in the baseline survey and this schoolchildren survey. To protect confidentiality, these names cannot be included. Where the pid field is missing either the name of the child was missing or could not be rea

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Citering

Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Peter Kimuyu, Joseph Cook. Göteborgs universitet, Environment for Development, Handelshögskolan (2022). Impacts of reducing water collection times in rural Kenya: School-aged Children. Svensk nationell datatjänst. Version 1. https://doi.org/10.5878/3est-4n47

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Dataformat / datastruktur

Numeriska

Text

Skapare/primärforskare

Jane Kabubo-Mariara - Partnership for Economic Policy

Peter Kimuyu - Commission on Revenue Allocation, Government of Kenya

Joseph Cook - Washington State University, School of Economics

Tidsperiod(er) som undersökts

2016-08 – 2016-10

Datainsamling

  • Insamlingsmetod: Personlig intervju: CAPI/CAMI
  • Tidsperiod(er) för datainsamling: 2015-08-01–2015-08-31
  • Datakälla: Forskningsdata
Publicerad: 2022-04-11