Table 4

Table 4.1 reveals that out of 1346 households, 45.39% were male and 54.61% were females. Therefore, the dominant of the households in this study was female. With respect to age, from all households, 673(50%) were of age between 21-35 years, 260(19.32%) were of age between 36-45 years, 253(18.8%) were of age between 46-60 years and 160(11.89%) were of age of 61 and older. Therefore, the majority of household’s age included in this study was of age between 21-35 years. Regarding the household’s income, 237(17.61%) earn between N$ 0-499, 210(15.6%) earn between N$ 500-999, 295(21.92%) earn between N$ 1 000-1 999, 230(17.09%) earn between N$ 2 000-4 999, 174(12.93%) earn between N$ 5 000-9 999, 83(6.17%) earn between N$ 10 000-14 999, 56(4.16%) earn between N$ 15 000-19 999 and 61(4.53%) earn above N$ 20 000. Consequently, the majority of household’s income included in this study was earning between N$ 1 000-1 999.