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1 1. Experiences of the 2011 Iranian National Population and Housing Census Statistical Centre of Iran(SCI) Dr. Adel Azar (Head of SCI) Dr. Avazalipour.

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2 Experiences of the 2011 Iranian National Population and Housing Census Statistical Centre of Iran(SCI) Dr. Adel Azar (Head of SCI) Dr. Avazalipour (Deputy Head) Statistical Commission Fortify-third Session 1 March 2012 New York 1 2

3 General Information on the 2011 Population and Housing Census History of the Iranian population and Housing Census Key goals Census Organizational Structure Census Management Structure At Provincial Level Type of enumeration Method of enumeration Timing and Duration of enumeration 1 3

4 Mapping Census Forms Census testing Census manuals Field staff training Publicity Recruitment Start of Field operation in 24 October Monitoring Field operation General Information on the 2011 Population and Housing Census 1 4

5 Data processing Coding and classification Editing Imputation General Information on The Census 1 5

6 According to the Law, this SCI was bound to carry out the national population and housing census once each decade. So far, seven censuses have been implemented during the years 1956, 1966, 1976, 1986, 1996, 2006 and 2011. Which was conducted based on new strategy (5 year cycle). History of the National Population and Housing Census in Iran 1 6

7 In order to develop a framework within which the management of the Census can proceed and decision can be made, the following goals were set: Providing basic statistics at the smallest geographic levels Developing necessary frames for sample surveys Identifying shortages, needs and potential facilities Evaluating previous executed policies Key goals 1 7

8 Census Organizational Chart 1 8

9 Census Headquarters (including representatives of every government agency) Headquarters and Documentation Secretariat Security Committee Integration and Coordination Group Organization and Logistical Group with two following committees Organization and Logistical Committee Mapping and Spatial Information Committee Census Organizational Structure 1 9

10 Public Relations, Publicity and Dissemination Group with one committee (Public Relations, Publicity and Dissemination Committee) Monitoring and Evaluation ( quality assurance) Group with one committee (Monitoring Committee) IT Group with two committees (Technical support Committee and Extraction Committee) Census Organizational Structure 1 10

11 Plan Preparation Group with Five committees (Training Committee, Editing and Imputation Committee, Forms and Handbook Committee, Coding and Classification Committee, Tabulation and Publication Preparation Committee) Census Organizational Structure 1 11

12 Census Management Structure At Provincial Level Governor General as the Provincial Manager of Census Implementation Deputy Provincial Manager of Census Implementation Sub-provincial Manager of Census Implementation Executive Sub-provincial Deputy Manager Technical and Training Sub- provincial Deputy Manager Urban /Rural Technical and Executive Senior Expert Expert (crew leader) Enumerator 1 12

13 The census was taken as De Jure, that is, all Iranian people present at their place of usual residence as well as those who may be temporarily absent from their place of residence were enumerated. The Census was conducted without sampling Type of enumeration 1 13

14 The census was taken through interview method by completing census questionnaires by enumerators and use of PDA set for selected cities. Method of enumeration 1 14

15 The census was carried out from 24 October to 13 November 2011 for 21 days. The preliminary results were disseminated one month after the implementation. The final results will be released in end of spring 2012 Timing and duration of enumeration 1 15

16 Actions taken for Census Mapping Updating Statistical maps as of 2007 Updating Statistical maps as of 2007Scale The scale 1:2000 was used for urban areas. The scale 1:2000 was used for urban areas. The Scale 1:50000 was used for rural areas The Scale 1:50000 was used for rural areas 1 16

17 In order to disseminate the census results, a software package was developed and implemented. Based on this software, the information of the smallest area of administrative levels (block and village) can be disseminated. The software has the capability for some spatial analysis, search and comparison Developing the software of geographic files 1 17

18 Developing the map software of enumeration area delimitation Maps for the 2011 Census in Iran 1 18

19 Household count Mapping Growth %Number in 2011 Number in 2006 Type of administrative division 18 397336 Shahrestan( sub- province) 10 980889 Bakhsh (county) 4 24962402 Dehestan(Rural (agglomeration 13 11421015Shahr (city) 6 9651391310Abadi (village) 11 9890488968Side points 2536613280 villages with blocked maps 23875737710837Urban blocks 29 396719306363Rural blocks 1 19

20 Use of PDA with GPS capability 1 20

21 Form 1. Listing (15 questions) Form 2- Household Questionnaire (70 questions) Form 3- Institutional Household (39 questions) Form 4. Village Profile (83 questions) Census Forms 1 21

22 Demographic questions: - Type of household, name, family name and national code of household members, relationship to household, sex, age, education, literacy, residence, date of birth, employment status,… - Housing questions: - Type of housing, type of tenure, floor area of housing, type of skeleton, Sewage disposal place, main materials of housing, postal code, facilities available to household, main fuels, main water supply Census Main Items 1 22

23 First testing was conducted in November 2009. 30 provinces, 20000 households Second testing was taken in November 2010. 5 Shahrestans (sub-provinces) from 5 Provinces, 30000 households Census testing 1 23

24 Training aids used in this Census Semi-attendance training method developing a web-based software to support, semi-attendance training method to do daily exercise to get ready for the test by trainees, to access the questions and various exercises( random) by trainees, to see the results of the test based on sorted mark by trainees To take final test by trainees to submit the information to the central server or trainers for examination and evaluation of the mark levels and rate of learning of the trainees Voice response through web after wrong answer of trainees Training film Training programs 1 24

25 1. Environmental promotion ( Banners, Placards, Trakets, wall poster, leaflets, use of the enumerators vest and Bag, use of official paper on which census logo was printed ) 2. Mass media (TV, radio and press programs) 3. Informative packages 4. Meeting with local community leaders( in village) 5. Supplying information on Census through Students 6. Government Agencies Support 7. Use of SMS 8. Holding Opinion poll 9. Census stamp 10. Conducting TV contests 11. distrubution of census logo 12. Holding training programs for publicity officials at national and provincial levels Programmes and media of publicity 1 25

26 Wall posters 1 26

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28 Duration (minutes0NumberProgrammesLin e 2402Press conference1 72012News interviews2 41010Live TV Programme3 32032Live Radio program me4 50 6 titles for 100 broadcastings TV Teaser5 19513 partsLive talks in multi-programmes6 15010 parts Special programs on Statistics named Hamar 7 259 parts Radio Teaser8 20200 timesBroadcasting Census Logo on the TV9 180029 timesBroadcasting provincial travels of Census Officials on the TV 10 3930 Total Activates done on Census Publicity through mass media 1 28

29 Multimedia of Census Bell for The Primary School Students at Grade Five 1 29

30 Multimedia of Census Bell for The Primary School Students at Grade Five 1 30

31 Developing a special software which has supported all stages of census enumerators recruitment including online registration, interview, contract and remuneration for all provinces, which was unique. Recruitment from general public Recruitment NumberStaffRow 92100 Executive staff (enumerator, checking clerk, supervisor) 1 2800Headquarter staff2 19400Drivers and cars3 114300Total 1 31

32 Supreme Leader, President and Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly are responding to the questions of the census. Start of Field operation in 24 October 1 32

33 Monitoring Field operation Use of IT for monitoring field operation Use of check-list monitoring forms in stead of paper which was used in previous censuses Developing web-based monitoring forms with the following specification: On-line and on-time precise reporting Quick adding up of monitoring forms by census officials omission of hieratical reporting and simultaneous observation of reports and their adding up by census officials Sending the request of the census headquarters as SMS, chat room or monitoring on-line system and receipt of feedback from that on-line system Online Monitoring census supervisors 1 33

34 Data processing 1 34

35 Architecture of Data processing Centre 1 35

36 This structure was developed for 21 million questionnaires. It has the highest information integration with the existing system in the SCI Remote connection between Control Management system through work stations Structure of Data processing Centre 1 36

37 Data Capture through ICR 1 37

38 Data Capture through ICR 1 38

39 Paying a visit to the Census operation by ECO member states The officials of the NSOs of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan paid a visit to the field operation of the Census 1 39

40 Paying a visit to the Census operation by Pakistani delegation Pakistani Delegation 1 40

41 Paying a visit to the Census operation by Pakistani Delegation Visiting the Coding Process 1 41

42 Paying a visit to the Census operation by Pakistani Delegation 1 42

43 Paying a visit to the Census operation by Delegations from Afghanistan &Tajikistan Visiting the Census Implementation Process 1 43

44 Selected Population and Housing Results in Iran 1956-2011 Year Number of sub- provinces Number of villages Total population of the country by the census year Urbanization ratio (%) Sex ratio Household size Population growth 1956 132 82166 18954704 31.4104 4.83.1 1966145 82166 2578872239.1107 53.1 1976158681643370874447.0106 52.7 1986195963584944501054.3105 5.13.9 19962651258276005548861.3103 4.82.0 2006336913107049578268.5104 41.6 2011 397 9651374961702711033.61.3 1 44

45 Collecting information on National Number and Postal code Use of PDA in one city and a district of Tehran New editing and imputation techniques and soft ware Automatic Coding (CAC) On-line recruitment Area Delimitation by use of Software Semi-attendance of Provincial trainers Web based monitoring system Innovations in the 2011 National Population and Housing Census 1 45

46 Thank You 1 46


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