Leaving no child behind: Thanks to equity analysis
In-depth analysis of disparities and linkages between social sectors helps delivering assistance to the most vulnerable children
The MICS Survey Findings Report published in 2018 brought a wealth of information on key aspects of child wellbeing in DPR Korea. But MICS data is a treasure trove that invites further analysis to maximise the tangible results for children from the new data.
UNICEF has supported the Central Bureau of Statistics and line institutions in analyzing in greater depths the implications of MICS data for equity, programme targeting and intersectoral convergence. Three further analysis reports and a set of provincial profiles were executed for the mid-term review of the DPRK-UNICEF programme of cooperation for 2017-2021, to inform planning of priority humanitarian support for children and women.
- MICS Highlights report – Adding trends, comparisons and analysis to the MICS results
- Geographical Analysis – Looking deeper into disparities between provinces affecting children and women
- Provincial Profiles – Providing key data for each province in a single brochure with a performance assessment against an index of 26 key child indicators
- Data Mining report – Deepening analysis on correlations between WASH, nutrition and health status of children