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    The first important activity in any census is the enumeration. After development of the questionnaire, manuals, and forms, all materials need to be tested in the field. A series of manuals assists in this activity (as noted below). Data capture, editing, tabulation, and analysis assist in identifying any problems in enumeration activities. These need to be taken into account when final enumeration procedures are put in place for the Census. A post-enumeration survey is also an important activity to test coverage and content of the census; because it is a survey, it requires somewhat different procedures.

    The enumeration materials include the Pophous questionnaire (developed based on the UN Principles and Recommendations), forms (including the address register), supervisorís manual, enumeratorís manual, guide for training enumerators, and the workbook for the guide for training. A model tracking system to assist in monitoring the enumeration is also included.

  • 2010 Census of Population and Housing Questionnaire Republic of Pophous
  • 2010 Pophous Census - Individual Census Record
  • 2010 Pophous Census - Supervisor's Manual
  • 2010 Pophous Census - Enumerator's Manual
  • 2010 Pophous Census - Guide for Training Enumerators
  • 2010 Pophous Census - Enumerator's Training Workbook
  • Caricom Workshop on Train the Trainers - Common Methodologies for the 2010Round of Population and Housing Census 16 - 20 November 2009 Kingston, Jamaica
  • Enumeration documents on Caricom
  • Links
  • Handbook on Census Management for Population and Housing Census - Management
  • Handbook on Geospatial Infrastructure in Support of Census Activities - Mapping
  • Handbook on Population and Housing Census Editing - Editing
  • Measuring the Economically Active in Population Censuses: A Handbook

  • Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Census Revision 2