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    SILENT FEATURES OF 2014 MYANMAR CENSUS

    Presentation at MIMU meeting with IM Group

    Yangon, 2nd September 2013Fredrick Okwayo, UNFPA Country Technical Adviser

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    BackgroundKey considerations MethodologyMapsQuestions

    Outline

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    Results from Pilot Census

    Data Release

    calendar

    Challenges

    Your role in the census

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    Background

    Previous censuses in BurmaThe 2014 Myanmar Census is historicFirst real time statistical informationOne time snap shot on the 29th March 2014Supports transition processProvide sampling frame for credible research

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    Full coverage of the population, targets all people and areas Legal Mandate Mandates DOP to conduct the censusProtects data confidentiality and how to release dataOutlines obligation and rights of the publicStructures all the way to Ward and Village tract level Not regulated, conducted and checked by ITAB

    Key Considerations for Implementation

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    Subjected to strict monitoring and consultation Risk mitigation measures identified during assessment and pilot census (political, logistical, administrative and technical)Conducted a pilot census in 20 township and testing the census in Rakhine IDP camps Large team of experts (political, communication, mapping, data processing, overall management, etc.)

    Key Consideration for Implementation

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    The census will be done on “de facto” basis Everybody within the borders of Myanmar on Census Night will be countedCensus Night is Saturday 29th March 2014The Reference time is 00.00 hrs 30th March 2014Data collection will continue for 12 days until 10th AprilMethod of enumeration is face-to-face interview (canvasser method)

    2014 Census Methodology

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    Who will be counted?

    Everyone who spends the Census Night

    (the night of

    29/30th

    March 2014)

    within Myanmar’s

    borders

    Both Myanmar citizens and foreigners

    (exception are

    Foreign

    embassy

    staff based in Myanmar

    )

    All persons who spend the Census Night in a

    household

    , whether

    members or visitors will

    be counted in that

    household

    Any person who died after the Census Night

    (but who was alive on the Census Night);

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    PREPARATION OF FINAL CENSUS MAPSAREAS WITHOUT FIELD MAPSSample EA Map using MIMU Data and 1:50,000

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    PREPARATION OF FINAL CENSUS MAPSAREAS WITHOUT FIELD MAPSEA Demarcation using 1:50,000

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    PREPARATION OF FINAL CENSUS MAPSAREAS WITHOUT FIELD MAPSEA Demarcation using Satellite Imagery

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    Contents (41 questions)

    Demographic

    c

    haracteristics

    (Age, sex, religion

    , marital status,

    ethnic

    groups)

    Disability

    ,

    type of Identity Cards

    Migration

    Education

    Labour Force

    Fertility/Mortality

    Type and conditions of housing unit

    Household amenities, water, toilet, energy

    Ownership of specific items by household

    Household members abroad

    Recent deaths in the households

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    Census Questionnaire (Eng)

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    Census Questionnaire (Myan)

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    Indicators:-

    ReligionEthnicity

    Note: Code list

    of 135 ethnic groups provided . If the answer is not in the list, enumerator fill the “others” code and write the name of ethnicity/nationality as given.

    Questions for all members (Demographic Characteristics)

    Religion

    Ethnicity

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    Relationship to Head of Household

    Table 2. Relationship by SexRelationshipSexTotalPercentPercentPercentTotal 49,575 100100100Head 11,296 22.836.910.9Spouse 7,443 150.527.3Child 18,463 37.239.635.2Son/Daughter-in-law 1,596 3.23.33.1SonDaughter-in-law 4,095 8.38.87.8Parent/Parent-in-law 1,016 21.12.9Sibling 1,233 2.51.93Grandparent 70 0.10.10.2Other relative 2,262 4.64.44.7Adopted child 87 0.20.20.2Not relative 2,014 4.13.24.8

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    Literacy

    Sex by Read/write(Population age between 15 and 24 yearsSexRead/writeTotalYesPercentNoPercentTotal 9,046 8,515 94.15315.9Male 3,921 3,706 94.52155.5Female 5,125 4,809 93.83166.2

    Sex by Read/write (

    Population 5 years and above

    )

    Sex

    Read/write

    Total

    Yes

    Percent

    No

    Percent

    Total

    45,549

    39,063

    85.8

    6,486

    14.2

    Male

    20,629

    17,941

    87

    2,688

    13

    Female

    24,920

    21,122

    84.8

    3,798

    15.2

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    Religion

    Table 4. Religion by SexReligionSexTotalPercentPercentPercentTotal 49,451 100100100Buddhist 41,188 83.383.583.1Christian 7,805 15.815.516.1Islam 364 0.70.80.6Hindu 82 0.20.20.2Animist 9 ***Other 3 ***

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    Type of Identity Card -10 years and above

    Table 5. Identity card by Batch - Urban/RuralIdentity cardTotalTotalUrbanRuralCitizenship Scrutiny Card3361681.683.980.4Associate Scrutiny Citizenship Card2030.51.5*Naturalized Scrutiny Citizenship Card1980.510.2National Registration Card5411.31.61.2Temporary Registration Card1530.40.90.1Foreign Registration Card270.10.2*Foreign Passport10*0.10None of the above646915.710.918.1

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    Type of cards owned by State

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    Preliminary Results: Population by sex and related indicators at administrative level. 3 months after data collection (July 2014);Main Results: 11 months after data collection (Feb/March 2015)Frame for household based surveys – August 2014Thematic Reports: Fertility, Mortality, Migration, Population Projections, Education, gender, etc. from November 2015 to Dec 2016Dissemination of the results and further research

    When are data planned to be released

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    Technical and Institutional capacityBuilding strong public confidence in the process through outreach and advocacyEnsuring census remains a strong statistical exerciseAccessibility to some parts of the countryFull participation of all people in the country (political, administrative, logistical and technical risks)

    Challenges

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    We need your support! Become a 2014 Census Partner!By supporting the 2014 Census of Myanmar, your organization will help your constituencies get the services they deserve:The Census determines the distribution of government funding to critical community services such as the provision of doctors, health centers, schools, teachers, roads, electricity, services for disabled people, political representation, etc…An incomplete count means that some segments of society, often the ones that need it most, will not receive the services and funding they deserve.

    The critical role of INGOs, NGOs, civil society and DPs

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    Your contribution to the census

    Know

    census facts

    and

    share them

    Create

    awareness among the staff, communities, families

    and

    friends

    Demystify misconceptions

    or myths about the

    census, including journalists

    Reassure the population of the confidentiality

    / secrecy

    of the census process and

    results

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    Include information about the 2014 Census in your newsletters, bulletins, and Web sitesHelp recruit community leaders from the constituencies you work with to advocate for the census in their communitiesOffer information sharing sessions, focal group discussions, meetings with your constituencies to spark conversations and informed discussion on the importance of the 2014 Census. Detailed information on the census is being printed and will be shared soon.

    Possible Actions

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    Thank you and any questions….

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