Microdata

Access to Microdata

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UNODC grants access to survey microdata for statistical and scientific research purposes only. Survey microdata are made available for dissemination after all the necessary steps are taken to ensure  anonymity and confidentiality of individuals, households, and business entities. For data related to geographical entities, such as agriculture fields, particular care is taken to ensure anonymity of geographical locations and affected units. More information on the UNODC principles for microdata sharing can be found here.

To apply for access, the Data User has to:

  1. Be employed or affiliated to a research entity such as a university, research institution or a research department in an international organization, public administration,  statistical office, bank, NGO, etc.
  2. Submit the ‘Request for access to microdata’, including a brief research proposal. PhD Students should submit an application form signed by the supervisor as well.
  3. Adhere to the UNODC Terms and Conditions on the access to microdata

‘Request for microdata’ and the ‘UNODC Terms and Conditions’ are to be sent to unodc-ddds@un.org

Survey catalogue

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2019 National Survey on Quality and Integrity of Public Services in Nigeria

2019 corruption survey nigeriaThe 2019 National Survey on Quality and Integrity of Public Services in Nigeria is a large-scale household survey that aims at providing information on the direct experience of corruption by the population. A total of 33,000 interviews were conducted with persons aged 18 and older across the 36 Nigerian states and the Federal Capital Territory.

 

 

Date published: August 2020 The report  The questionnaire More info 

2016 National Survey on Quality and Integrity of Public Services in Nigeria

nigeria corruption survey 2016The 2016 National Survey on Quality and Integrity of Public Services in Nigeria is a large-scale household survey that aims at providing information on the direct experience of corruption by the population. A total of 33,067 interviews were conducted with persons aged 18 and older across the 36 Nigerian states and the Federal Capital Territory.

 

 

Date published: August 2020 The report The questionnaire More info