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Miguel Toquica [Final variable selection]
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Miguel Toquica [Social Vulnerability components]
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 The entire 60 indicators were statistically analyzed. In addition to a harmonized dataset, a reduction of the socio-economic indicators into a smaller parsimonious set of variables that best represent social and economic vulnerability cluster analysis was performed. The multi-variable statistical analysis was utilized to provide a statistical basis for the choice of indicators.\\ The entire 60 indicators were statistically analyzed. In addition to a harmonized dataset, a reduction of the socio-economic indicators into a smaller parsimonious set of variables that best represent social and economic vulnerability cluster analysis was performed. The multi-variable statistical analysis was utilized to provide a statistical basis for the choice of indicators.\\
  
 Table 1\\ Table 1\\
 +Colombia variables of social vulnerability
 +^Theme^Sub-theme^Variable^
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Female Population|
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population relocated in search of employment |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population relocated for Natural Hazard Risk |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population relocated due to life threatened| ​
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Dwelling used for living and Economic Activity| ​
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population living Dwelling with unadequated physical Characteristics|
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population living in Overcrowded Dwellings |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Total population with a disability |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Household ​ - Paying monthly rent|
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population under 5|
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Native Indigeneous Population| ​
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Afro-Colombian Population |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population over 65 |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Age dependance |
 +|Population|Vulnerable Population|Population not in the labor force (Age 0-15 and 65+)|
 +|Population|Population Structure|Population|
 +|Population|Population Structure|Male Population |
 +|Population|Population Structure|Population enrrolled in Community Aid|
 +|Population|Population Structure|Population Density (inhabitants/​km2)| ​
 +|Population|Population Structure|Number of Households|
 +|Population|Population Structure|Total Dwellings|
 +|Population|Population Structure|Multi residential building, hotels, hospitals |
 +|Population|Population Structure|Household - property owned fully paid |
 +|Population|Population Structure|Number of people per Household|
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Population with Computer Access |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Population with NO Computer Access |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Households with NO Computer |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|In Household Computer |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Household with NO Television |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Telephone lines |
 +|Infrastructure|Transport and Communication|Househols wth NO Vehicle Automotor |
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Househols with no Lifelines, No water Elec, Sewage| ​
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Households with accessto improved water source |
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|NO Natural Gas public distribution|
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Natural Gas public distribution to dwelling |
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Households with access to Electric Energy Public distribution (%)|
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Households with No Electric Energy Access |
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|No Sewage system |
 +|Infrastructure|Energy,​ Water and Sanitation|Households with NO access to improved water source |
 +|Health|Healthcare status|Population with no healthcare |
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Population that does not read and Write (15+ years)|
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Population Knows how to Read and Write|
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Illiteracy Rate|
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Education Level completed Primary |
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Education Level Secondary |
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Education Level Completed (Superior, Technical, University) |
 +|Education|Education Outcome|Population with NO formal education |
 +|Education|Education Access|Children (Age 7-11) not enrrolled in schoool |
 +|Education|Education Access|Population Enrolled in Education Institution |
 +|Economy|Labour Market|Economically Active Population (EAP) |
 +|Economy|Labour Market|Labor Force Age 15-64  |
 +|Economy|Labour Market|Population employed in the Hotels/​Restaurant sector |
 +|Economy|Labour Market|Population employeed in the Commercial Industry (15-64) |
 +|Economy|Labour Market|Population looking for employment|
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Population with One unsatisfied basic need|
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Population with Two+  unsatisfied basic need |
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Household with less than US$100 monthly income |
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Household with US$100 - 200 monthly income |
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Household with US$200 - 500 monthly income |
 +|Economy|Income distribution and Poverty|Household with US$1000+ monthly income |
  
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 ==== Final variable selection ==== ==== Final variable selection ====
  
 A correlation analysis was performed on the above variables (table 1). Highly correlated variables (Spearman’s R>0.700) were eliminated from further consideration to avoid subjectively choosing one variable over another for inclusion in subsequent analyses. The correlation analysis is useful in reducing the data to a set of variables that are parsimonious and acceptable to represent the social vulnerability of the Colombian population.\\ A correlation analysis was performed on the above variables (table 1). Highly correlated variables (Spearman’s R>0.700) were eliminated from further consideration to avoid subjectively choosing one variable over another for inclusion in subsequent analyses. The correlation analysis is useful in reducing the data to a set of variables that are parsimonious and acceptable to represent the social vulnerability of the Colombian population.\\
-Table 2\\ +\\ 
-^Colombia ​Variable ​selection ​^ +Table 2. Colombia ​final variable ​selection 
-^ Theme ^ Sub-theme ​ ^ Indicator ​ +^Theme^Sub-theme^Indicator^ 
-| Population ​ | Vulnerable population ​ |Total population with a disability (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Total population with a disability (%)| 
-  ​| |Households paying rent (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Households paying rent (%)| 
-  ​| |Native Indigeneous population (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Native Indigeneous population (%)| 
-  ​| |Afro-Colombian population (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Afro-Colombian population (%)| 
-  ​| |Age dependance (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Age dependance (%)| 
-  ​| |Population living in dwelling with unadequated physical characteristics (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Population living in dwelling with unadequated physical characteristics (%)| 
-  ​| |Dwelling used for living and economic activity (%)|   +|Population|Vulnerable population|Dwelling used for living and economic activity (%)|   
-  ​      ​|Female population (%)| +|Population|Vulnerable population|Female population (%)| 
-  ​|Population structure ​ | Number of people per household | +|Population|Population structure| Number of people per household | 
-  ​  ​|population ​density (people/​sqkm)|  +|Population|Population structure|Population ​density (people/​sqkm)|  
-| Infrastructure ​ | Energy, water, and sanitation ​ | Households with no access to improved water source (%)  | +|Infrastructure ​ | Energy, water, and sanitation ​ | Households with no access to improved water source (%)  | 
-  ​  ​| Households with no electric energy access (%)  +|Infrastructure|Energy, water, and sanitation|Households with no electric energy access (%)| 
-  ​  ​| No natural gas public distribution | +|Infrastructure|Energy, water, and sanitation|No natural gas public distribution| 
-  ​  ​| No sewage system (%) | +|Infrastructure|Energy, water, and sanitation|No sewage system (%)| 
-| Education | Education outcome ​ | Population with no formal education (%) | +|Education|Education outcome| Population with no formal education (%)| 
-  ​| Education access ​ | Children (Age 7-11) not enrrolled in schoool (%) | +|Education| Education access|Children (Age 7-11) not enrrolled in schoool (%) | 
-| Economy | Income distribution and poverty ​ | Household with less than US$100 monthly income (%) | +|Economy|Income distribution and poverty|Household with less than US$100 monthly income (%) | 
-  ​| Labor market | Population working in the hotel/​restaurant sector (15-64) (%)  | +|Economy|Labor market|Population working in the hotel/​restaurant sector (15-64) (%)  | 
-  ​  ​| Population working in the commercial industry (15-64) (%)  +|Economy|Labor market|Population working in the commercial industry (15-64) (%)| 
-| Health |Healthcare status ​  ​| Population with no healthcare (%)  |+|Health|Healthcare status|Population with no healthcare (%)  |
  
 ==== Social Vulnerability components ==== ==== Social Vulnerability components ====
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 +|  (C)  |  (D)  |   ​(E)  ​
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 ==== Integrated Risk ==== ==== Integrated Risk ====
  
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-| A |B  | C |+ (A)  ​ (B ​| ​ (C)  ​|
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