Indonesia Family Life Survey
The Indonesian Family Life Survey
(IFLS) is a longitudinal survey representative of about 83 percent of the Indonesian population and containing more than 30,000 individuals in 13 of 27 provinces in the country. First conducted in 1993, it was designed as a household survey of individuals at least 26 years of age. For its fourth wave in 2007-08, it was redesigned to collect data similar to those in the HRS and similar surveys. It includes a community survey on local conditions and resources as well.