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Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS), is a a household survey covering all the territory of participant countries.

It was developed by UNICEF in order to monitor and evaluate progress in development with a special focus on the situation of women (15-49 years) and children (0-59 months). Combined with DHS surveys, MICS surveys provide indicators to monitor and evaluate progress made towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).

In West and Central Africa, 12 countries were involved with the third edition of the MICS survey (MICS-3) and 8 others at the fourth edition of the DHS survey (DHS4).

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