Percentage of Households by Province, Area Type and Ownership Status of Contracts / leases, 2009-2015 (Indonesia)

This dataset is part of the BPS Housing Series.

Concept

Households can be divided into: 

  1. Ordinary household is a person or group of people living in part or whole physical building or census, and usually live together and eat from one kitchen. Household usually consists of mother, father and son, but it is included / considered as a regular household, among others: 

    • Someone who rents a room or part of the census building but her own meals.

    • A family living separately in two census building but eats from the same kitchen, as long as both census building are in the same census block.

    • The boarding house with meals (indekost) and less than 10 people. They are considered a household member of boarding house owner.

    • Some people who together occupy a single room in a building census, although care of their own meals is considered a ordinary household.

  2. Special Households, which included / considered as a specific household, among others:

    • People who live in dormitories, namely the maintenance of residence daily needs are governed by a foundation or agency, for example, nursing, military and police dormitory (barracks). Members of the TNI and Police who lives with his family and manage their own daily needs is not a specific household.

    • People who live in penitentiary, orphanages, prison house.

    • A group of people with eating in boarding house (indekost), amounting to greater than or equal to 10 people.

Head of household (HH) is one of a group of household members responsible for daily needs, or who / appointed as head of the household.

Household members (HM) are all people who usually live, in a household, both located in the household at the time of enumeration or temporarily absent. hm has been traveling for 6 months or more, and the HM of traveling less than 6 months but with the aim to move / will leave the house for 6 months or more are not considered HM. People living in the household for 6 months or more or who has lived in the household less than 6 months but intend to move / live in the household for 6 months or more are considered as HM.

Physical Buildingis a shelter that has walls, floors and roof of either fixed or temporary, whether used for residential and non residential. The building has floor less than 10 m2 and is not used for residential is not considered building physical.

Status of Dwelling

  • Own property, if Such residence at the time of enumeration actually already owned The head of the household or one of a household member. The house purchased in installments through bank loans or homes with rental status regarded as self owned.

  • Lease, if the residence was leased by the head of the household / member of household in a certain period under a contract agreement between owners and users, such as 1 or 2 years. How payment is usually well in advance or can be paid in installments according to the agreement of both parties.

  • Rent, if the residence was rented by the head of the household or one of household member with payment of the rent regularly and continuously without a certain time limit.

  • Free-rent property of others, if the residence was obtained from another party (not family / parents), and occupied by the household without a payment

  • Property owned by a parent / relative / brother, if the residence does not belong to itself but belongs to the parents / relatives / brother and did not issue any payment to inhabit a place to stay them.

  • Official house, if the residence was obtained from another party (not family / parents), and occupied / occupied by the household without spending a payment of any kind.

  • Others, if the residence can not be classified into one of the above categories, such as residence of the commons, the traditional house.

The roof is cover the top of a building so that the head of the household / household member protected from rain, the scorching sun, and so forth. For multistory buildings, roof in question is the top of the building.

  • Concrete is a roof made from a mixture of cement, gravel, and sand mixed with water.

  • Tiles are the clay printed and burned. Including concrete roof tiles (tiles made of cement and sand), fiber cement tile, and ceramic tile.

  • Wood are made of thin pieces of wood and are usually made of ironwood or ironwood.

  • Zinc is a roof made of zinc material. Form of zinc is flat, wave, including zinc tile commonly called decrabond zinc (zinc coated with epoxy and acrylic).

  • Asbestos is a roof made from asbestos fiber and cement mixture. In general, roof of asbestos has shaped wave.

  • Sugar palm fibers is a roof made of palm tree fiber or the like are usually black.

  • Others are a roof in addition to the above, for example board, bamboo, and leaves.

Walls are the outside / border of a building or sealing with other physical building.

  • Brick is a wall made of red brick or concrete block usually coated with cement plaster. Included in this category are the walls made of red stone masonry and plastered it with a pile of wood beam columns, which range usually is 1-1 m. 

  • Wood is a wall made of wood.

  • Bamboo is a wall made of bamboo or thatch. Included in this category are the walls made of woven bamboo with an area approximately 1 mx 1 m is framed with beams, and then plastered with cement and sand mixture.

  • Others are in addition to categories 1-3.

The floor is the bottom / base / pedestal of a room, whether made of marble, ceramic, granite, tile / terrazzo, cement, wood, soil and others such as bamboo.

Improved water is pipe retail payment/pipe water, rain water, and protected pump / well / spring with the distance to the septic tank > = 10 m

Criteria for Improved Sanitation is

  • Toilet facilities are alone or with

  • Toilet type is a swan neck

  • Fecal landfills is to use the tank / SPAL

Sources of lighting is divided into:

  • State electricity is a source of electricity which is managed by company of state Electricity (PLN).

  • Electrical non-State electricity is the source of electricity which is managed by the agencies / parties other than state electricity including those using illumination sources of batteries (battery), generators, and solar power plants (which are not managed by PLN).

  • Pumped / Aladin is a source of lighting from kerosene such as pumped / light tap, and Aladin (including gas light).

  • Pelita / Sentir / torch is another kerosene lamp (oil lamp, Sentir, pelita, and the like) .

  • Others like carbide lamps, candles, seed spacing, and hazelnut.

Methodology

The collection of data from selected households conducted through face-to-face interviews between enumerator and respondent. The questions in the Susenas questionnaire that addressed to the individual was collected through interviews with individual as respondent. While the questions in the questionnaire that addressed to the household was collected through interviews with heads of household, spouse of head of household or other household members who know about the characteristics in question.

SUSENAS 2009

Sampling frame used in 2009 susenas consisted of 3 types, namely: the sample frame for the selection of census block, the sample frame for the selection of census subblok (especially for census block households more than 150 households), and a sample frame for the household selection in census block / subblok selected census. Sampling frame of census block is ordinary census block result Economic Census 2006 (BS Frame SE06) equipped with number of household from Voter Registration and Data Collection on Sustainable Population (P4B). Census block sample frame includes census blocks in 471 districts / cities and are distinguished according to urban and rural areas. Implementation in July 2009 SUSENAS covered 18 243 census block or 291 888 sample households spread across geographic regions of Indonesia.

Household sample frame is a list of household from the household registration that uses VSEN2009.L . Sample frame of households are distinguished according to three groups of household monthly expenditure class.

SUSENAS 2008

Sampling frame used in 2008 susenas consisted of 3 types, namely: the sample frame for the selection of census block, the sample frame for the selection of census subblok (especially for census block households more than 150 households), and a sample frame for the household selection in census block / subblok selected census.

Sampling frame of census block is ordinary census block result Economic Census 2006 (BS Frame SE06) equipped with number of household from Voter Registration and Data Collection on Sustainable Population (P4B). Census block sample frame includes census blocks in 457 districts / cities and are distinguished according to urban and rural areas.

Household sample frame Susenas 2008 is a list of household from the household registration that uses VSEN2008.L. Sample frame of households are distinguished according to three groups of household monthly expenditure class.

SUSENAS 2008 included as many as 17,869 census blocks that spread throughout the district/cities. At each census block would be enumerated as many as 16 households, so that in July 2008 SUSENAS will count as many as 285 904 sample households.

SUSENAS 2007

The 2007 Susenas include as many as 285 904 sample households spread across all districts / cities in Indonesia, with details of 68 800 sample households Cor Module and 217 104 households without Cor Module.

SUSENAS 2006

The 2006 susenas census block sample frame is a list of regular census enumeration block P4B (state of April 2003) which is equipped with a number of household . Census block sample frame includes census blocks in 440 districts / cities and differentiated by urban and rural areas.

The 2006 Susenas includes as many as 278,352 households are spread across the districts / cities in Indonesia, with details of 68,800 sample households Cor-Module and 209 552 households without Module Cor.

SUSENAS 2005

The 2005 susenas census block sample frame is a list of regular census enumeration block P4B (state of April 2003) which is equipped with a number of household enumeration. Census block sample frame includes census blocks in 440 districts / cities and differentiated by urban and rural areas. Susenas 2005 includes as many as 278,352 households are spread across the districts / cities in Indonesia, with details of 68,288 sample households Cor-Module and 210 064 households without Cor Module.

SUSENAS 2004

A sample size The 2004 Susenas is 249,376 households spread in both urban and rural areas, with details of 67,072 households to sample Cor Module as and 182,304 households to sample Cor (without modules). Due to budget constraints, the number of districts covered by the 2004 susenas as many as 377 districts, has not included the total number of districts as many as 416 districts.

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