Household surveys focused on health issues may collect data on drinking, tobacco use, anthropometric measures, engagement in physical activity, and daily consumption of fruits or vegetables. Household surveys such as DHS, MICS usually collect data on condom use at last high-risk sex. They also collect data on type of fuels used for cooking along with information on ventilation factors such as type of stove and place of cooking.
School-based surveys such as Global School-based student Health Survey (GSHS) collect data on health related issues among students 13-15 years old. Among the issues covered are: alcohol use, dietary behaviour, drug use, hygiene, physical activity, sexual behaviour, tobacco use, violence and unintentional injuries.
Population and housing censuses often collect data on fuels used for cooking.
Administrative sources may provide data on unintentional injuries, including occupational injuries and road traffic accidents. Civil registration system with complete coverage may provide data on causes of death, including on deaths due to unintentional injuries.