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Over two decades, close to 300 Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys have been carried out in more than 100 countries.
MICS is launching a new rapid mobile-phone follow-up survey with respondents from the MICS sample of households.
Launch of MICS Plus
Over two decades, MICS has become the largest single source of statistical information on women and children worldwide.
MICS was developed by UNICEF to assist countries in filling data gaps on children’s and women’s well-being.
MICS is the largest household survey programme on children’s well-being worldwide.
Documentation to guide survey teams through every step of the MICS process
Access the full list of MICS surveys, view survey status, download reports and datasets
MICS6 questionnaires and indicator list are now available in all United Nations official languages including Chinese
MICS tools used to validate coverage estimates of key child indicators.
New MICS survey in Kiribati to provide key data on children.
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