Research and reports
UNICEF’s work is grounded in empirical data, independent evaluation, rigorous research and thoughtful analysis.
Explore the data
Representing a long-standing collaboration between UNICEF and National Statistical Offices, TransMonEE captures a vast range of administrative data on the situation and well-being of children, young people and women in the region.
This database contains abstracts and full text reports of evaluations, studies and surveys related to UNICEF programmes. These evaluations determine the relevance, impact, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of our work.
The Office of Research – Innocenti – is UNICEF’s dedicated research centre. Its core mandate is to undertake cutting-edge, policy-relevant research that equips the organization and the wider global community to deliver results for children.
UNICEF’s Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) use house-by-house interviews to gather the most recent data and information on children and their families. MICS are an important source of information of disaggregated data on children.