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Over two decades, MICS has become the largest single source of statistical information on women and children worldwide
MICS is the largest household survey programme on children’s well-being worldwide
Over the years, the global MICS programme has developed new standard measurement tools and protocols on key indicators
MICS was developed by UNICEF to assist countries in filling data gaps on children’s and women’s well-being
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
In 2015, the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey programme completes 20 years of operation and five rounds of surveys.
The next MICS workshop on Data Processing will take place during 4-14 May 2015 in Istanbul, and is being organized by the UNICEF CEECIS Regional Office.
The final report of the MICS 2014 was launched on 19 March 2015 in Harare.
Mexico and Paraguay will be conducting their first MICS surveys later this year.