In order to provide you with access to the Yemen-NSPMS 2012-2013 dataset, we need to request some personal information. Please provide us with your e-mail address, name, affiliation and type of institution, and country of residence. We will also ask you for a short description of the objectives of your research. Information provided on this form will be kept confidential.

You are requested to send copies of all reports and publications based on the downloaded Yemen-NSPMS data to the International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth / United Nations Development Programme (IPC-IG/UNDP) by e-mail ([email protected]). Please note that the IPC-IG/UNDP may occasionally wish to receive feedback from users who downloaded Yemen-NSPMS data on how the data have been used, analysed and/or disseminated.

After you have filled out the form, a username and password will be sent to your e-mail shortly.

Legal notice: Submission of this application constitutes a legally binding agreement between the applicant, the IPC-IG and UNICEF. Submitting false, misleading or fraudulent information constitutes a violation of this agreement. Misusing the data by violating any of the conditions detailed below also constitutes a violation of this agreement.

Registration form

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    Usage license

    Please check the following boxes to indicate that you have read about the limitations of the Yemen-NSPMS data and you agree to abide by the conditions of use. The purpose of this license is to specify the terms and conditions under which it may be used.

    Note: The license is valid for one year and may be renewed.

    Data must not be redistributed without authorization. *

    All data extracted from the Yemen-NSPMS database are intended solely for the use of the licensee. Under IPC-IG agreements with collaborating agencies, redistribution of the data to third parties is prohibited. Each member of a research team using the data must apply for access and be licensed individually.

    Commercial use and redistribution of the microdata is strictly prohibited. *

    Users are prohibited from using microdata made available in this website in the pursuit of any commercial or income-generating venture either privately, or otherwise.

    Use of the microdata must follow strict rules of confidentiality. *

    Users will maintain the confidentiality of persons and households. Any attempt to ascertain the identity of persons or households from the microdata is prohibited. Alleging that a person or household has been identified in these data is also prohibited. Statistical results that might reveal the identity of persons or entities may not be reported or published in any form.

    Scholarly publications are permitted, and must present appropriate citations to the Yemen-NSPMS microdata. *

    The publishing of research results based on Yemen-NSPMS microdata is permitted in communications such as scholarly papers, journals and the like. The authors of these communications are required to cite UNICEF and the IPC-IG as the source of the microdata, and to indicate that the results and views expressed are those of the author. Users are requested to provide a full citation of the dataset for any publications resulting from their work with these data. Citation: UNICEF and IPC-IG. Yemen National Social Protection Monitoring Survey: Version 1. Brasília: International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, 2014.

    User agrees to notify [email protected] regarding errors in the consistency between dictionary-questionnaire-dataset. *
    The IPC-IG's decision not to alter the contents of the data files means that the user of these files will need to take care in handling missing observations, outliers, implausible values and violations of logical consistency. *

    Information that would allow survey respondents to be identified has been deleted from the files, but all other information remains. While great effort was made to obtain high-quality data, the accuracy or reliability of the data is not guaranteed or warranted in any way.

    The IPC-IG may occasionally want to receive feedback from users who downloaded Yemen-NSPMS data on how the data have been used, analysed and/or disseminated.
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