A video tutorial for survey practitioners on how to use the Core Questions on Household Energy Use
Globally, more than 700 million people still lack access to electricity. To improve electricity access, governments need detailed and consistent data on existing connections and current energy uses in their country. Responding to the global call for greater availability and quality of energy data, the World Health Organization and the World Bank have developed Core Questions on household energy use.
The Core Questions collect data on:
- The capacity of the electricity supply
- The availability of the supply
- The reliability of the supply
- The quality of the supply
This video is aimed at survey practitioners who question households on their energy use. It explains how to use the Core Questions to capture the necessary data on the various sources and uses of electricity.
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