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FORM 4: INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, HOUSEHOLD’S SECTION - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, TECHNICAL SECTION

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FORM 4: INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, HOUSEHOLD’S SECTION - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, TECHNICAL SECTION
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psbwg
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Document Type
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Shelter Cluster | CRAterre
Language
English
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StrategyReporting Tools and GuidanceTechnical GuidanceShelter ProgrammingMulti-sectoral AssessmentShelter Cluster AssessmentEnvironmentHousing, Land, and Property Rights
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CRS, INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE SANS FRONTIERES NEPAL, CRATERRE, 2021. FORM 4: INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, HOUSEHOLD’S SECTION - INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW, TECHNICAL SECTION. Villefontaine : CRAterre. 18 p.

It is necessary to undertake two different interviews with two distinct households for each type of construction being studied (ideally).
It is essential to take photos and make sketches (space is provided for this at the end of the document). Ask the occupants for their consent to take photos of their house and their plot of land, as well as the dimensions of the structure (carry tape measures for that) and other information relevant to the analysis.
Ask residents for their consent to take pictures of their home and plot, as well as recording building dimensions and other information relevant to the interview. If possible, try to do the interview with the presence and opinions of different family members: men, women, children, elderly, boys, girls…
This form can be divided into two different forms, so that two teams or two persons can work in parallel (Form 4.1. and Form 4.2.) and time can be saved.