Rapid Mobile Phone Survey on Noncommunicable diseases and COVID-19: Honduras, 2021

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The Rapid Mobile Phone Survey (RaMPS) on Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs) and COVID-19 in Honduras was conducted to understand people’s knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors about COVID-19 and to gauge the impact of COVID-19 on NCDs and mental health. 

The computer-assisted telephone interview survey was based on a sample of 2,001 adults age 18 and older and employed random-digit-dialing (RDD) methods to produce key indicators stratified by sex. A total of 18,217 mobile phone numbers were dialed, of which 6,041 mobile phone users were contacted, and yielded 2,001 interviews.
The cooperation rate* was 33.1%. Data were collected between October 8 and November 14, 2021. 

*The cooperation rate is the number of complete interviews divided by the number of interviews (complete plus partial) plus the number of non-interviews that involve the identification of and contact with an eligible respondent (refusal and break-off plus other).