Flag Kenya

Page last updated

October 2012

 

The Kenya PAT was released in October 2010. Changes to this tool are detailed in the PAT Changelog.


PAT Survey

May 2011

(.XLS)

PAT Data Entry Template

October 2012

(.ZIP; open within CSPro)

User guide

July 2011

(.PDF)


Tool Information

 

Poverty line used for MRR reporting:

$1.25 per day per capita (international extreme poverty line)

Value of poverty line used for MRR reporting in local currency:

1323.10 Kenyan Shillings per capita per month in 2006 prices

Other poverty lines*:

In 2006 prices
USD (Shillings/month)

$0.75/day/PPP (793.86)
$1.00/day/PPP (1058.48)

$2.00/day/PPP (2116.96)
$2.50/day/PPP (2646.20)

Automated poverty comparisons by**:

Province, location, gender of HOH, HH size, share of female members

Composition of flooring, water source, type of toilet, cooking fuel

Other comparisons

N/A

 

Original source survey:

Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey (KIHBS) 2005/06

Certification document:

(.PDF)

 

To access previous versions of this PAT Survey or Data Entry Template, please email helpdesk@povertytools.org.

* The data analysis program in most PATs allows for comparisons against multiple poverty lines. In some cases, these poverty lines vary by region: a household in region A with a calculated household expenditure of X might fall below a poverty line while a household in a different region with the same expenditure might fall above that same poverty line.

** PATs developed using CSPro give automatic poverty comparisions by a number of variables so users can, for example, compare the poverty rates among regions or gender of the head of household. Such results are INDICATIVE and are only statistically valid for samples that are of appropriate size and distribution for that sub-population.

 

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