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Checklist for in-depth interview INFORMED CONSENT Salam! My name is Aurangzaib Alizai.

I am studying in Gender and Development Stuides, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. I am here for my research study as part of my Master of Science requirements. This study is aimed to explore the impact of conflict-induced internal displacement on livelihood choices and how changes in livelihoods and survival strategies account for changes in gender roles and relations. The information collected through this in-depth interview will be treated confidential and will not be made available to any individual, government for any other purposes and will only be used and utilized for research purposes. This interview would take between 30 to 40 minutes of your valuable time. Participation in this interview is voluntary and you can choose not to answer any single question or all of these questions, if you do not like. However, i would appreciate your participation, since your views and experiences are very important for me. With your kind permission may I begin with the interview now? If Permission awarded I would continue, otherwise I would terminate.

Identification District: Tehsil: Date of interview:

Personal information Name: Age: Ethnicity: Tribe: Education: Religion: Marital status: Number of children/ dependents, their age and educational status: Family size and their occupations:

Year of displacement: Length of Stay at this place: Occupation of the respondent: Main source of income of the family:

Pattern of displacement Route of displacement;


y y y y y

Contributing factors to displacement;

y y y y y y

Where you have come from? For how long you are here? How did you come here? Did the whole community move together? Did women and children move together? Why did you decide to leave your home? What were the contributing factors that led you to displacement? Who decided to leave your home town? Why you decided to move here? Did you have some sort of social network here? What other factors led you to move here? For instance economic, political and security reasons.

Life before displacement Description about life before displacement; Livelihoods;


y y y y y

Status in society What was your primary source of income? Did you have any other source of income other than that? Did you able to sustain your life? Did you face any economic hardships before displacement? Who had right to buy and sell the land? Who was responsible for bread and butter of the family? Who was doing what at home, workplace, and community? Who was taking major decisions

Land ownership; Breadwinner of the family; Gender division of labor before displacement; Decision making before displacement;
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y y y y

Social network before displacement;

about income, expenditure, education of children, buying and selling of land, marriage of daughters and others inside and outside of home and within and outside of community before displacement ? Did you have any sort of social support system, kin, relatives and neighbors within and outside of community before displacement?

Life after displacement Description about life after displacement;


y

y y y y y y y

Livelihood and displacement;

survival

strategy

after

Gender division of labor after displacement;

y y y y y

Social network after displacement

Access to basic services;

y y y y y y
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How do you compare your present life with your life before displacement? Do you see any major changes between these? How do you perceive these changes? What is the main source of income after displacement? Do you have any other source of income other than that? Do you face any economic hardships now? How would you like your current situation to change? Would you go back to your place of origin if conditions of peace or other circumstances are established? Under what specific conditions would you like to go back to your place of origin? Who does what at home, at workplace and community? What kind of job women have to do? Do you have any support system here? Do you face any barrier to find a job here? How is your relation with the host community? Access to health care Access to education Access to safe drinking water Access to safe sanitation Immunization of children against diseases Toilet facility and space

Decision making after displacement;

Who is taking major decisions about income, expenditure, education of children, choice of occupation, buying and selling of land?

Experiences of women and men with regard to displacement Perception on changed gender roles and relations;
y

y y

Wider implications of changes in gender roles to gender relations;

Whether changes in livelihood strategies account for changes in gender roles? If yes than how? How do you perceive these changes in gender roles? Whether changes in gender roles account for changes in gender relations? If yes than how? How do you perceive these changes in gender relations? Is there any change in the status of women inside or outside the household? Do women feel stigmatized/ marginalized or empowered/ strengthened due to changes in their roles? Are there any changes in mens economic roles? If yes than what are those changes? How do they see these changes in their roles? Do they face any difficulty to adjust with their new roles? What are the implications of these changes in gender roles to their lives, whether implicitly or explicitly? Whether inability to meet gendered roles result in any form of violence towards their families especially women and children?

Checklist for the key informant interview Background information Name: Designation: Age: Sex:
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Affiliation: Working area of organization location, district and coverage: Information about IDPs Information about IDPs concentration; Gender disaggregated data; Where do most IDPs live in Jaffarabad? Information on the profile of IDP population, including their location and their number disaggregated by age and sex Route, mode, influencing factors
y y y y y y y y

Pattern of displacement; Conditions of IDPs;

Problems faced by IDPs;

Livelihoods of IDPs before displacement; Livelihood of IDPs after displacement; Changes in gender roles and relations;

y y y y y y

Perception on changed gender roles and relations;

y y y

Access to health services Access to education Availability of doctor/ medicines Access to safe drinking water Access to safe sanitation Immunization of children against diseases Toilet facility and space What kind of problems are they facing, economic hardships, social, political etc? What was their primary source of income before displacement? What type of occupation are they involved in after displacement? Do you see any change in the roles of women after displacement? What are the contributing factors to such changes in gender roles? How do these changes in gender roles affect their daily lives? Is there any change in gender relations due to changes in gender roles? What is their perception on changed gender roles and relations? How their host communities see these changes? What are the long term implications of these changes to their lives and to wider society?