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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
MICS partners with the DHS and LSMS survey programs in a collaborative group. Refer to the News section to read more
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.
A new collaborative group has been established which brings together the three largest household survey programs – DHS, MICS and LSMS.
Close to 400 participants from across the world came together in Cartagena, Colombia, to learn and share best practices on the use of big and open data.
The three reports were launched officially this week and all three surveys are expected to release their Final Reports later in 2015.