The enumerators for the 2016 Barbados Survey of Living Conditions will be in several parishes over the next two weeks, beginning next Tuesday, February 16.
They will visit the St. Michael districts of Bank Hall Main Road, Kew Road, Quarry Road, Dash Gap, My Lord???s Hill, Howells Cross Road, The Ivy, Parkinson Field, The Pine and Regent Hill.
In addition, the Christ Church areas of St. Matthias, Rendezvous Ridge and Gardens and Amity Lodge, as well as the St. Philip districts of Beulah, Duncans, Windward Gardens, Work Hall and Union Development, will be visited.
The interviewers will travel to Wilson Hill, Mount Tabor, Venture and Easy Hall, St. John; and West Terrace Gardens, Oxnards and Husbands, St. James.??They will also go to the St. Joseph districts of Bowling Alley, Easy Hall and Hackleton???s Cliff, as well as Church Street, Golden Mile, Litchfield and Heywoods, St. Peter.
The year-long survey is being executed by the Barbados Statistical Service, in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank. It will provide country-level information on several key welfare measures, such as consumption and income levels, gender inclusion, children???s wellbeing, education, health and housing.
The information to be provided by the public will be treated and all interviewers and supervisors will carry photo identification.