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Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey 2014


General Info
Original or alternative title 
CSES 2014
Cambodia (KHM)
Coverage type 
Time period covered 
01/2014 - 12/2014
Series or system 
Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey
Data type
  • Cross-sectional
  • Household
  • Individual
  • Interview
  • Nationally representative
  • Urban-rural representative

The purpose of the Cambodian Socio-Economic Survey (CSES) is to collect data that captures household conditions and the extent of poverty. The data were collected through a household questionnaire and a village questionnaire. The main themes of the questionnaires were demographics, living conditions, agriculture, labor, health, nutrition, victimization, household income, and household consumption.

The sample size for this survey was 12,096 households. Household questionnaires were answered through in-home, in-person interviews. The village questionnaires were answered through in-person interviews with head members of each community.

Abortion, Agriculture, Alcohol use, Antenatal care, Assets, Burns, Child labor, Children, Community health clinics, Cooking fuels, Coping behavior, Cough, Crime, Crops, Dairy products, Diarrhea, Disability, Domestic violence, Education, Education access, Education expenditures, Electricity, Employment, Ethnicity, Family composition, Family size, Fever, Fish, Fishing, Food, Food expenditures, Fruits, Health care access, Health care use, Health insurance, Health status, Hearing loss, Hospitals, Hours worked, Household air pollution, Household expenditures, Household water treatment, Housing conditions, Housing materials, Hygiene, Income, Influenza, Infrastructure, Injuries, Internet, Intimate partner violence, Land ownership, Languages, Legumes, Lighting, Limited mobility, Literacy, Livestock, Living conditions, Loans, Lower respiratory infections, Malnutrition, Marital status, Mass media, Meat, Mental and behavioral disorders, Nonprofits, Occupational injuries, Occupations, Organized violence, Parents, Personal health expenditures, Place of delivery, Postnatal care, Pregnancy complications, Prices, Private health facilities, Processed foods, Public health facilities, Public social assistance, Refrigeration, Road traffic injuries, Roads, Safety, Sanitation, School enrollment, Self-treatment, Sense organ diseases, Sexual violence, Skilled birth attendants, Starchy vegetables, Suicide, Symptoms, Taxes, Telephones, Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Traditional medicine, Training programs, Transportation, Unemployment, Unintentional injuries, Vegetables, Violence, Vision loss, Waste disposal, Water supply, Abortive outcome