We’re running a survey that has the typical household portion but also contains another section that is gender-disaggregated. For this we will need to interview one woman and one man from the same household, and will require 2 enumerators (the enumerator should be the same gender as the respondent). It’s expected that the entire interview will take place over 2 days to avoid respondent fatigue.
The first option to do this is to have one enumerator wait while the other finishes i.e. one tablet. This has the benefit of keeping the data contained neatly in one interview but has the con of losing time and also failing to ensure that the other respondent will not be present for the previous interview. The structure of the interview in the designer would go HH > Gender
A second option is for both enumerators conduct the interview simultaneously i.e. two tablets. We would prefer to do this but are concerned about the best way to later link the interviews together and ensure that there is no error in the household ID. The structure here would be to go HH > Gender1 and then have a second survey just for Gender2. I imagine that both would be assigned at the same time by the supervisor to ensure similar household ID and then later linked during data cleaning.
Any suggestions on the most efficient way to do this? Thanks!