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This study consists of sex-disaggregated data and other related materials generated as part of the Sentinel Landscapes Network household survey baseline in the Borneo-Sumatra sentinel site in Indonesia.

A total of 1039 households were surveyed between August and December 2014 from 40 villages, namely: Keluin, Rumah Betang Sei Sedik, Sawah, Sembawang, Entebuluh, Kelawik, Sungai Luar, Sungai Long, Libung, Sungai Iring, Tanjung Beringin, Tanjung Putus, Baru Kibul, Rantau Ngaro, Muaro Langeh, Nalo Gedang, Baru Nalo, Pulau Layang, Durian Lencah, Tiangko, Butang Baru, Sungai Butang, Guruh Baru, Meranti Baru, Jati Baru, Petiduran Baru, Taman Dewa, Mandiangin, Lamban Sigatal, Sepintun, Bangan Permai, Semedang, Mentebah Kiri 2, Menarin, Sei Putih, Padang Jaya, Emotong, Akung Jaya, Sei Jambu, Sei Tekuyung.

The data consists of information on household demographics, migration, education, asset ownership, income sources, household food security, progress out of poverty, crop production and sales, livestock products, participation in credit markets, social networks, and natural resource use. In compliance with the CGIAR protocol on collecting sex-disaggregated data, approximately 50% of the respondents interviewed were women. Before downloading any of the files, particularly the data files, please download and read the “Sentinel Landscapes Network Disclaimer and Terms of Use”.

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