2018 Georgia MICS (Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey)

Survey Findings Report



On November 30th, 2019 National Statistics Office of Georgia, UNICEF Georgia and the National Centre for Disease Control and Public Health launch the results of the 2018-2019 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS).

Developed and supported by UNICEF, MICS is one of the largest international household survey programmes worldwide. It is designed to collect estimates of key indicators that are used to assess the situation of households and especially of children and women. Since the inception of MICS in the 1990s, over 300 surveys have been carried out in more than 100 countries.

Georgia MICS 2018 included over 180 indicators and involved over 14 000 households as a sample size, providing regionally representative data which can be segregated by age, sex, urban/rural, IDP status, ethnicity, disability and wealth allowing precise targeting of development interventions.

➤ Please, see the detailed findings of the survey on different topics on the link

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