GENERAL
U-Reporters speak on Salones Social Protection Policy.
6 questions polled on this topic
18% response rate
17,074 responded out of 95,221 polled
Jan 20. 2017
Do u know Salone has a Social Protection Policy of 2011?
Jan 20. 2017
Is Government committed enough to improving social protection issues in Salone?
Jan 20. 2017
Please tell us which group of people U consider popoliopo in UR community
Jan 20. 2017
Are there activities to support popoliopo in ur community?
Jan 20. 2017
What reasons do u think cause these activities to not be implemented well?
Jan 20. 2017
In ur community who would U complain to about problems with social protection programs?

POLL RESULTS

JAN 20. 2017
Do u know Salone has a Social Protection Policy of 2011?
17,074 responded out of 95,221 polled
Female
31%
Yes
 
Yes
69%
No
 
No

Male
33%
Yes
 
Yes
67%
No
 
No
0-14
0%
Yes
 
Yes
0%
No
 
No

15-19
36%
Yes
 
Yes
64%
No
 
No

20-24
33%
Yes
 
Yes
67%
No
 
No

25-30
33%
Yes
 
Yes
67%
No
 
No

31-34
32%
Yes
 
Yes
68%
No
 
No

35+
37%
Yes
 
Yes
63%
No
 
No
33%
Yes
 
Yes
67%
No
 
No
JAN 20. 2017
Is Government committed enough to improving social protection issues in Salone?
19,466 responded out of 47,955 polled
Female
57%
Yes
 
Yes
43%
No
 
No

Male
51%
Yes
 
Yes
49%
No
 
No
0-14
0%
Yes
 
Yes
0%
No
 
No

15-19
58%
Yes
 
Yes
42%
No
 
No

20-24
56%
Yes
 
Yes
44%
No
 
No

25-30
51%
Yes
 
Yes
49%
No
 
No

31-34
44%
Yes
 
Yes
56%
No
 
No

35+
47%
Yes
 
Yes
53%
No
 
No
53%
Yes
 
Yes
47%
No
 
No
JAN 20. 2017
Please tell us which group of people U consider popoliopo in UR community
6,305 responded out of 19,458 polled
none
people
yes
popoliopo
disable
community
blind
youth
group
poor
popolipo
can
afford
day
children
old
consider
women
00000000
one
farmers
food
meal
youths
less
dont
disables
understand
don
like
aged
eat
beggers
daily
mende
disabled
family
even
orphans
ur
without
basic
get
limba
able
living
unemployed
age
temne
young
JAN 20. 2017
Are there activities to support popoliopo in ur community?
15,228 responded out of 17,459 polled
Female
5%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
9%
Food
 
Food
8%
Free health
 
Free health
10%
Free Education
 
Free Education
7%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
30%
All
 
All
31%
None
 
None

Male
6%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
8%
Food
 
Food
7%
Free health
 
Free health
8%
Free Education
 
Free Education
11%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
27%
All
 
All
34%
None
 
None
0-14
0%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
0%
Food
 
Food
0%
Free health
 
Free health
0%
Free Education
 
Free Education
0%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
0%
All
 
All
0%
None
 
None

15-19
6%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
13%
Food
 
Food
6%
Free health
 
Free health
13%
Free Education
 
Free Education
8%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
24%
All
 
All
30%
None
 
None

20-24
5%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
10%
Food
 
Food
7%
Free health
 
Free health
9%
Free Education
 
Free Education
9%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
28%
All
 
All
31%
None
 
None

25-30
7%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
6%
Food
 
Food
7%
Free health
 
Free health
6%
Free Education
 
Free Education
11%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
27%
All
 
All
36%
None
 
None

31-34
6%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
6%
Food
 
Food
10%
Free health
 
Free health
6%
Free Education
 
Free Education
10%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
24%
All
 
All
38%
None
 
None

35+
9%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
5%
Food
 
Food
8%
Free health
 
Free health
7%
Free Education
 
Free Education
11%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
25%
All
 
All
34%
None
 
None
6%
Cash Transfer
 
Cash Transfer
9%
Food
 
Food
7%
Free health
 
Free health
9%
Free Education
 
Free Education
10%
Skills Training
 
Skills Training
27%
All
 
All
33%
None
 
None
JAN 20. 2017
What reasons do u think cause these activities to not be implemented well?
13,780 responded out of 14,590 polled
Female
16%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
10%
Funding
 
Funding
48%
Corruption
 
Corruption
26%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

Male
11%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
12%
Funding
 
Funding
55%
Corruption
 
Corruption
22%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint
0-14
0%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
0%
Funding
 
Funding
0%
Corruption
 
Corruption
0%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

15-19
20%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
10%
Funding
 
Funding
45%
Corruption
 
Corruption
26%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

20-24
13%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
10%
Funding
 
Funding
54%
Corruption
 
Corruption
23%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

25-30
10%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
13%
Funding
 
Funding
56%
Corruption
 
Corruption
21%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

31-34
10%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
14%
Funding
 
Funding
57%
Corruption
 
Corruption
19%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint

35+
10%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
15%
Funding
 
Funding
56%
Corruption
 
Corruption
19%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint
12%
Selection of popolipo
 
Selection of popolipo
12%
Funding
 
Funding
54%
Corruption
 
Corruption
22%
No action No complaint
 
No action No complaint
JAN 20. 2017
In ur community who would U complain to about problems with social protection programs?
12,978 responded out of 13,440 polled
Female
19%
NGO
 
NGO
10%
ACC
 
ACC
3%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
14%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
20%
Police
 
Police
33%
Radio
 
Radio

Male
17%
NGO
 
NGO
13%
ACC
 
ACC
5%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
14%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
20%
Police
 
Police
30%
Radio
 
Radio
0-14
0%
NGO
 
NGO
0%
ACC
 
ACC
0%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
0%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
0%
Police
 
Police
0%
Radio
 
Radio

15-19
21%
NGO
 
NGO
11%
ACC
 
ACC
3%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
10%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
24%
Police
 
Police
31%
Radio
 
Radio

20-24
17%
NGO
 
NGO
13%
ACC
 
ACC
4%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
14%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
20%
Police
 
Police
33%
Radio
 
Radio

25-30
17%
NGO
 
NGO
13%
ACC
 
ACC
5%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
15%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
19%
Police
 
Police
30%
Radio
 
Radio

31-34
17%
NGO
 
NGO
12%
ACC
 
ACC
9%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
16%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
18%
Police
 
Police
28%
Radio
 
Radio

35+
17%
NGO
 
NGO
12%
ACC
 
ACC
9%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
18%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
17%
Police
 
Police
28%
Radio
 
Radio
15%
NGO
 
NGO
10%
ACC
 
ACC
4%
VDC
 
VDC
0%
Social Work
 
Social Work
12%
Ward Commitee
 
Ward Commitee
17%
Police
 
Police
26%
Radio
 
Radio

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