Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2010

Opportunities and challenges for children and women in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Highlights

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) is an international household survey program developed by UNICEF with the purpose of monitoring the situation of children and women in developing countries. The primary areas of concern are health (particularly HIV/AIDS), education, and child protection. 

The survey covered a national sample of about 11,490 households, representative in the 11 provinces of the country and concerned children under 5 (over 13.5 million) and women aged 15-49 (over 15.5 million). The purpose of the survey is to provide updated, disaggregated and quality data over the 2009-2010 period for monitoring the actual social situation of children and women in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Ministry of Planning and Monitoring the Implementation of the Revolution of Modernity
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French, English