Monitoring the Situation of Children and Women for 20 Years. Khan SM, Hancioglu A, et al. (2016)


Since the inception of MICS in the mid-1990s, no one document consolidated how MICS has developed and evolved over time.
In this publication, we examine the rationale and activities of the first surveys and how these laid the foundation for the MICS programme.
Through a thematic lens, this publication charts the key elements of the MICS programme and recounts the achievements and value of MICS. In the changing data-landscape of a post MDG era, we also examine the strategic role of MICS in future monitoring activities.


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, children, child mortality, women, breastfeeding

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