• Sleman Health & Demographic Surveillance System
    (Sleman HDSS)

    HDSS Sleman conducts data collection once a year with the first data collection wave was carried out in 2015. The Sleman HDSS involved 5,147 households spread over 216 clusters (184 clusters in urban areas and 32 clusters in rural areas) in Sleman Regency. These households are located in 80 selected villages in Sleman Regency.

About Sleman HDSS

Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) is a population-based survey that periodically collects data on population transition, health status and social transition over a period. In 2014, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing at Universitas Gadjah Mada, in collaboration with the Government of Sleman Regency, initiated the Sleman HDSS. The first wave of data collection was carried out from January to April 2015, the subsequent data collections are conducted annually.

Secondary Data Analysis

Secondary data analysis is a collaborative scheme in which users can use the data collected by HDSS Sleman in their research project. Users can determine the research topic they want and adjust it with the available variables in the HDSS Sleman data collection.

Secondary data analysis

View the Data Utilisation Tutorial

1. Steps to Apply for Sleman HDSS Data

2. How to Fill Out the List of Requested Variables Form

3. Data visualisation

Data Visualisation

HDSS data visualisation summarises HDSS data displayed as tables, graphs, charts, and maps. The data displayed are from the first five waves of HDSS data collection (2015-2019), which comprise various topics, such as demographics, infectious diseases, and health risk factors.