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ATPUBHC (V784B)
Place for HIV test: Public health center

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Description

ATPUBHC (V784B) indicates whether, in response to an open-ended question, the woman reported a public health center as a place to be tested for the AIDS virus.

Some samples in the "AT" series include categories that can be consolidated into a single response. IPUMS-DHS uses supplemental programming to combine these responses in a standard variable while preserving the separate responses in country-specific variables.

For example, a given sample might include multiple categories for different types of public health centers that could be combined in ATPUBHC to create a more comprehensive response category. See Comparability for more information on the specific categories combined in this variable.

Comparability — Index

GENERAL
Afghanistan
Angola
Cote d'Ivoire
Jordan
Madagascar
Mali
Nepal
Niger
Senegal
South Africa
Yemen
Zimbabwe

Comparability

ATPUBHC (V784B) varies slightly in question wording. Most commonly, this response category is organized under the "Public Sector" header and is worded as "government health center." Some countries diverge from this standard convention, and, in some cases, multiple categories were consolidated to form a single, more comprehensive response. Countries of particular interest are noted below.

Universes in ATPUBHC vary across samples. Most commonly, this variable included women who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS. Other samples diverge from this standard, and in these cases, researchers may wish to exclude women who have not heard of HIV/AIDS (using AIDSHEARD) and who have been tested for HIV/AIDS (using AIDTESTEV).

Comparability - Standard DHS

ATPUBHC (V784B) first appears in Phase V of the Standard DHS. The category is removed from the standard questionnaire in Phase VI, but ATPUBFW is still included by some Phase VI samples.

Comparability — Afghanistan [top]

In the 2015 Afghanistan survey, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "comprehensive health center/polyclinic," "basic health center," and "health sub-center." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these three responses are consolidated in ATPUBHC to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Comprehensive health center/polyclinic is listed as ATAF1 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Basic health center is listed as ATAF2 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Health sub-center is listed as ATAF3 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Angola [top]

The 2015 Angola sample lists this response category as "health center/post."

Comparability — Cote d'Ivoire [top]

The Cote d'Ivoire 1994 survey lists this response category as "health center/mother-infant center" under the "public sector" header.

Comparability — Jordan [top]

In the 2007, 2012, and 2017 Jordan surveys, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "government health center" and "government MCH." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Government health center is listed as ATJO3 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Government MCH is listed as ATJO4 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Madagascar [top]

In the 2003 and 2008 Madagascar surveys, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "level I government health center" and "level II government health center." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Level I health center is listed as ATMG3 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Level II health center is listed as ATMG4 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Mali [top]

In the 2012 Mali survey, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "community health center (CSCOM)" and "reference health center (CSREF)." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Reference health center is listed as ATML4 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Community health center is listed as ATML5 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Nepal [top]

The 2016 Nepal sample lists this response category as "Primary health care center."

Comparability — Niger [top]

In the 2012 Niger survey, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "integrated health center" and "ambulatory treatment center." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Integrated health center is listed as ATNE1 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Ambulatory treatment center is listed as ATNE2 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Senegal [top]

In the 2017 Senegal sample, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "government health center" and "community health center." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Government health center is listed as ATSN31 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Community health center is listed as ATSN4 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — South Africa [top]

The 2016 South Africa sample lists this response category as "Government clinic/community health centre."

Comparability — Yemen [top]

In the 2013 Yemen sample, under the "Public Sector" header, there are separate categories for "government health center" and "primary health center." Because ATPUBHC focuses on all public health centers, these responses are consolidated in this variable to create a more comprehensive response category. For researchers interested in preserving these country-specific categories:

  • Government health center is listed as ATYE1 in IPUMS-DHS
  • Primary health center is listed as ATYE2 in IPUMS-DHS

Comparability — Zimbabwe [top]

Zimbabwe 2005 and 2010 samples use the response category "rural health center" for this variable.

Universe

  • Afghanistan 2015: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Angola 2015: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Benin 2001: All women age 15-49.
  • Benin 2006: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Benin 2011: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Burkina Faso 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Burundi 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Burundi 2016: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Cameroon 2011: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS, in households selected for the men's survey.
  • Congo (Democratic Republic) 2007: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Congo (Democratic Republic) 2013: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Cote d'Ivoire 1994: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Cote d'Ivoire 2011: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Egypt 2005: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Egypt 2014: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Ethiopia 2005: All women age 15-49.
  • Ethiopia 2011: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Ghana 2008: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Ghana 2014: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Guinea 2005: All women age 15-49.
  • Guinea 2012: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • India 2015: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS, in households selected for the state module.
  • Jordan 2007: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Jordan 2012: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Jordan 2017: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Kenya 2008: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Kenya 2014: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS, in households selected for the long questionnaire.
  • Madagascar 2003: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and know of a place to get tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Madagascar 2008: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS, in households selected for the men's survey.
  • Malawi 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Malawi 2016: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Mali 2006: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Mali 2012: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Myanmar 2015: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Namibia 2006: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Namibia 2013: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Nepal 2016: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Niger 2012: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Nigeria 2008: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Nigeria 2013: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Pakistan 2012: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Pakistan 2017: Ever-married women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Rwanda 2005: All women age 15-49.
  • Rwanda 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Rwanda 2014: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Senegal 2017: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • South Africa 2016: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Tanzania 1996: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Tanzania 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Uganda 1995: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Uganda 2006: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Uganda 2011: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Uganda 2016: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Yemen 2013: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Zambia 2007: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Zimbabwe 2005: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS.
  • Zimbabwe 2010: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Zimbabwe 2015: Women age 15-49 who have heard of HIV/AIDS and have never been tested for HIV/AIDS.
  • Afghanistan: 2015-C, 2015-W, 2015-B
  • Angola: 2015-W, 2015-C, 2015-B
  • Benin: 2001-W, 2001-C, 2001-B, 2006-W, 2006-C, 2006-B, 2011-W, 2011-C, 2011-B
  • Burkina Faso: 2010-W, 2010-C, 2010-B
  • Burundi: 2010-C, 2010-B, 2010-W, 2016-W, 2016-C, 2016-B
  • Cameroon: 2011-W, 2011-C, 2011-B
  • Congo (Democratic Republic): 2007-C, 2007-B, 2007-W, 2013-W, 2013-C, 2013-B
  • Cote d'Ivoire: 1994-W, 1994-C, 1994-B, 2011-W, 2011-C, 2011-B
  • Egypt: 2005-W, 2005-C, 2005-B, 2014-W, 2014-C, 2014-B
  • Ethiopia: 2005-W, 2005-C, 2005-B, 2011-W, 2011-C, 2011-B
  • Ghana: 2008-W, 2008-C, 2008-B, 2014-W, 2014-C, 2014-B
  • Guinea: 2005-W, 2005-C, 2005-B, 2012-W, 2012-C, 2012-B
  • India: 2015-W, 2015-C, 2015-B
  • Jordan: 2007-W, 2012-W, 2017-W
  • Kenya: 2008-W, 2008-C, 2008-B, 2014-W, 2014-C, 2014-B
  • Madagascar: 2003-W, 2003-C, 2003-B, 2008-W, 2008-C, 2008-B
  • Malawi: 2010-W, 2010-C, 2010-B, 2016-W, 2016-C, 2016-B
  • Mali: 2006-W, 2006-C, 2006-B, 2012-W, 2012-C, 2012-B
  • Myanmar: 2015-C, 2015-W, 2015-B
  • Namibia: 2006-W, 2006-C, 2006-B, 2013-W
  • Nepal: 2016-W, 2016-C, 2016-B
  • Niger: 2012-W, 2012-C, 2012-B
  • Nigeria: 2008-W, 2008-C, 2008-B, 2013-W, 2013-C, 2013-B
  • Pakistan: 2012-W, 2012-C, 2012-B, 2017-W, 2017-C, 2017-B
  • Rwanda: 2000-W, 2000-C, 2000-B, 2005-B, 2005-W, 2005-C, 2010-B, 2010-W, 2010-C, 2014-W, 2014-C, 2014-B
  • Senegal: 2017-W, 2017-C, 2017-B
  • South Africa: 2016-W, 2016-C, 2016-B
  • Tanzania: 1996-B, 1996-W, 1996-C, 2010-B, 2010-W, 2010-C
  • Uganda: 1995-B, 1995-W, 1995-C, 2006-B, 2006-W, 2006-C, 2011-B, 2011-W, 2011-C, 2016-W, 2016-C, 2016-B
  • Yemen: 2013-B, 2013-W, 2013-C
  • Zambia: 2007-B, 2007-W, 2007-C
  • Zimbabwe: 2005-B, 2005-W, 2005-C, 2010-B, 2010-W, 2010-C, 2015-W, 2015-C, 2015-B