The SHAHAR (Supporting Household Activities for Health, Assets and Revenue) project aims to establish household livelihood security for vulnerable urban households. Using relevant indicators, the project intends to assess changes in various household livelihood security measures that are expected due to SHAHAR's interventions. Conducted in August 2000 in slums and low-income settlements within the municipal areas of Jessore and Tongi in Bangladesh. Topics include household composition, migration and education, status of employment and earnings, transfers, social assistance and other income, household assets, urban agriculture, savings, loans, housing, environment, water and sanitation, daily food, consumption, diarrhea and other illnesses, health, nutrition knowledge and practice, pre-school feeding, utilization of health care facilities for pregnancy/birth, anthropometry, community participation, general household livelihood security. Must be requested from IFPRI. Also see the 2002-2003 survey.