The UNHCR Results Monitoring Survey (RMS) has the objective of monitoring the impact and outcome of UNHCR's assistance on education, healthcare, livelihoods, protection concerns, shelter, and water and sanitation. The results contribute to an evidence base for reporting against UNHCR’s multi-year strategies to key stakeholders.
UNHCR Iraq has authorized IMPACT to undertake a Results Monitoring Survey targeting IDP/returnee and refugee families, including beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries, throughout Iraq in 2022 to assist in internal monitoring of results and impact indicators. This survey will help UNHCR create and execute successful interventions for Iraqi IDP/returnee and refugee families by providing vital information on their well-being and living situations.
The sampling methodology employed in this data collection exercise entailed two stratifications. The first was the stratification by population group, where the aim was to obtain a representative sample of the relevant population. The second stratification involved categorizing the population into two distinct groups: beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries of humanitarian assistance.
Dates of Data Collection
Data Collection Mode
Computer Assisted Personal Interview [capi]
The questionnaire contained the following sections: Survey Information , Socio-economic Indicators & Mobility, Information on the well-being of the household, Habitable and affordable housing, Habitable housing and access to basic services, Health Services and Social Protection, Perceptions on safety and gender-based violence.