Addressing the gaps (MICS6)

Key results from the multiple indicator cluster survey Thailand 2019

A mother is holding her young baby, who is smiling.
UNICEF Thailand/2016/Metee Thuentap


Addressing the Gaps: Key Results from the Thailand Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2019 provides an overview of the progresses made, along with challenges. The report focuses on key aspects of children’s well-being, including child nutrition, breastfeeding, early childhood development, school attendance, foundational learning skills, parental involvement, child discipline, child marriage, adolescent pregnancy, and children living apart from their parents. The report highlights some disparities – or ‘gaps’ – among different population groups. For most of the key result indicators, these disparities are observed across different levels of household wealth and maternal level of education, language of household, as well as between regions and urban-rural populations.

The cover of report "Addressing the Gaps (MICS6)"
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