MICS 6 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey for 2019

Progress in breastfeeding and preschool attendance, but stagnation in violent disciplining and child marriage, MICS 6 surveys reveal

Highlights

The MICS surveys in Serbia were carried out on two separate samples — the Serbia MICS on a nationally representative sample, and the Serbia Roma Settlements MICS on a sample of Roma households living in Roma settlements.

The research was conducted by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia in 2019, with the technical and financial support of UNICEF, the European Union, UNFPA and the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) was developed 25 years ago. Since then, close to 330 surveys have been implemented in over 115 countries. The sixth round of MICS has about 70 surveys, making it the largest round and includes a range of low, middle and high-income countries. 

MICS in Serbia is a nationally representative survey collecting data on the situation of households, women and children.

 

MICS 6 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey for 2019
Author
UNICEF Srbija
Publication date
Languages
Serbian

Download

(PDF, 6,97 MB) (PDF, 4,94 MB)