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The Socioeconomic Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in Cambodia : Results from the High-Frequency Phone Survey of Households Round 5 (Vol. 4) : Phone Survey Questionnaire – IDPoor (Khmer)

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and its effects on households create an urgent need for timely data and evidence to help monitor and mitigate the social and economic impacts of the crisis on the Cambodian people, especially the poor and most vulnerable. To monitor the evolving socioeconomic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and inform policy responses and interventions, the World Bank designed and conducted a nationally representative High-Frequency Phone Survey (HFPS) of households in Cambodia. The survey covers important and relevant topics, including knowledge of COVID-19 and adoption of preventative behaviors, economic activity and income sources, access to basic goods and services, exposure to shocks and coping mechanisms, and access to social assistance. The survey will track the same households over 10 months, with selected respondents - typically the household head - completing interviews every 8 weeks. Monitoring the well-being of households over time will improve understanding of the effects of, and household responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in near-real time. This brief summarizes the findings of Round 5 (R5) of the HFPS. The information presented is based on a sample of 1,688 households, of which 379 were drawn from the nationally representative Living Standards Measurement Study Plus (LSMS+) survey and 1,309 from the list of beneficiaries of the conditional cash transfer program for pregnant women and children under 2 with an IDPoor equity card (IDPoor sample). IDPoor is Cambodia's national poverty identification program and official targeting mechanism for programs that support the poor. Unless otherwise noted, the results presented are primarily drawn from the LSMS+ sample. To trace the evolution of key indicators, the results of Round 5 (R5) implemented in March 2021 are compared against results of Round 4 (R4) implemented in December 2020–January 2021, Round 3 (R3) implemented October–November 2020, Round 2 (R2) implemented August–September 2020, and Round 1 (R1) implemented May–June 2020.


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    Tong,Kimsun, Karamba,R. Wendy, Shrestha,Maheshwor

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Phone Survey Questionnaire – IDPoor

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    lack of money; income from wage employment; age difference; social economic status; income loss; revenue from sales; cash transfer program; family and friends; place of work; lack of availability; lack of credit; school feeding program; access to food; types of education; public health facility; structure of information; know how; income from agriculture; seasonal worker; income change; household income; daily wage; no access; employment status; local market; legal restriction; reference person; religious bodies; domestic help; household head; learning activity; movement restriction; single person; farm business; seasonal closure; payment method; medical treatment; phone number; farming season; input cost; transport good; income source; born child; farm income; law; learning activites; attending school; preferred food; labor shortage; medical personnel; maternity leave; food assistance; family farm; fishing livelihood; pregnant woman; sick leave; livestock raising; government cash; unemployment benefit; partial payment; family farming; Mobile Wallet; online application; educational program; labor abundance; work migration; enabling conditions; previous one; Ownership Share Type; farmer; Transportation



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Tong,Kimsun Karamba,R. Wendy Shrestha,Maheshwor

The Socioeconomic Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in Cambodia : Results from the High-Frequency Phone Survey of Households Round 5 (Vol. 4) : Phone Survey Questionnaire – IDPoor (Khmer). Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in Cambodia Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.