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What is Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey – MICS ?
  • MICS is a global research programme developed by UNICEF through consultations with other United Nations agencies. MICS is designed to provide statistically sound and internationally comparable data for key social indicators and it is targeted at the most sensitive part of the population: women, children and vulnerable and marginalized population groups. The results of this survey are one of the most important databases, and for many indicators related to health, development and education of children, youth and women, MICS is the only source of data.

    This survey was globally conducted for the first time in 1995, and since then, every five years it has been conducted in more than one hundred countries. Serbia is one of the few countries that have implemented all previous MICS rounds (a total of five). The new round, MICS6, was launched in October 2016 and it is specifically aimed at collecting data related to Sustainable Development Goals – SDG. The preparatory activities for this round in Serbia are ongoing.

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    22.12.2014. Presentation of the final results of Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 5)

    The Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia and UNICEF in Serbia, on the premises of Media Center, presented the final results of the 2014 Serbia Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 5) and 2014 Serbia Roma Settlements Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey.

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