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Table 1 Descriptive statistics

From: Reallocating children’s time: coping strategies after the 2010 Haiti earthquake

  2010 mean (Std. dev.) 2012 mean (Std. dev.)
Idle (yes = 1) 0.066 (0.249)
School only (yes = 1) 0.705 (0.456)
Work only (yes = 1) 0.037 (0.189)
School and work (yes = 1) 0.191 (0.393)
Hours studying (weekly) 18.285 (11.563)
Hours market work (weekly) 15.400 (10.412)
Hours domestic work (weekly) 9.944 (9.138)
Earthquake damage score (0–9) 1.518 (2.428)
Peak ground acceleration 0.166 (0.152)
Age 13.550 (2.230)
Sex (male = 1) 0.515 (0.500)
Child’s age order within the household 4.685 (1.887)
Child was economically active (yes = 1) 0.079 (0.270)
Relation to head of household = son\daughter (yes = 1) 0.704 (0.456)
Relation to head of household = close relative (yes = 1) 0.120 (0.325)
Relation to head of household = other relative (yes = 1) 0.155 (0.362)
Relation to head of household = domestic employee (yes = 1) 0.008 (0.087)
Relation to head of household = other relationship (yes = 1) 0.013 (0.114)
Sex of head of household (male = 1) 0.554 (0.497)
Head of household education level = none or pre-school (yes = 1) 0.398 (0.489)
Head of household education level = primary (yes = 1) 0.336 (0.472)
Head of household education level = secondary or more (yes = 1) 0.266 (0.442)
Live in the same house (yes = 1) 0.809 (0.393)
Household has received any type of assistance (yes = 1) 0.723 (0.448)
Number of negative economic shock 2.089 (1.038)
Members living in a temporary camp (%) 0.022 (0.131)
Has any household member suffered physical damage (yes = 1) 0.092 (0.290)
Household size 6.640 (2.605) 6.665 (2.681)
Number of children aged 0 to 10 years in household 1.404 (1.338)
Durable assets index −0.083 (0.888) −0.045 (0.883)
House ownership (yes = 1) 0.734 (0.442) 0.768 (0.422)
Metropolitan area (yes = 1) 0.194 (0.396)
Other urban area (yes = 1) 0.257 (0.437)
Rural (yes = 1) 0.548 (0.498)
  1. Note: sample weights used. The sample size corresponds to 3833 children 10–17 years old