Townsend Thai Project
Includes both annual and monthly panels, in addition to the collection of environmental data. Originally the Townsend Thai survey focused on villages in 4 provinces, 2 in the Northeast and 2 in the Central region. The baseline survey was conducted in 1997 and is referred to as the Big Survey. It includes a household, institutional and key informant (village leader) module. In 1998, the research team launched a monthly household survey. To date, the Townsend Thai project continues to resurvey the annual and monthly panels. In 2006, the annual surveys extended to include urban areas in the same 4 provinces. In 2003, an annual survey of villages in the South was added and in 2004, 2 provinces in the north were included in the annual survey.
- Townsend Thai Project