Information custodians carry cards with a QR code to verify their data and identity. /BCR
The Central Reserve Bank (BCR) began updating the map this Monday, employing more than 2,600 people to go door to door.
this is First stage of census This statistical method has not been updated since 2007 and is key to the design of social projects.
Map updates will take place from September 11th to October 31st. During this period, information managers will be stationed across the country to collect data that can take into account domestic infrastructure such as housing and access.
BCR Chairman Douglas Rodriguez explained last week that the ballot includes questions such as how many people live in the home, how many children in the family, what type of housing and what access is available. Additionally, ask if they primarily have crops and what work activities they do.
Rodriguez assured that interviews lasted an average of four minutes and that managers would not enter the home unless the owner gave permission.
All information custodians are formally identified by wearing hats and vests with agency and government logos.
In addition, managers carry cards on which they can enter their name and code. Verification portal To confirm that you are a person employed by the institution.
The first phase of the map update covers 156 municipalities and will allow administrators to conduct interviews at night in locations identified as “dormitories.” Even if the homeowner is not present, if a third party (such as a cleaning service) provides data, it will be counted as a record.
In addition to housing, the administrator records the number of shopping centers, corporate buildings, churches, and all other types of infrastructure.
BCR updates scheduled visit routes weekly. Available On the web portal.