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Key data on children in Thailand
UNICEF collects data and monitors the situation for women and children worldwide. Learn more about Thailand's key demographic indicators and how Thailand has progressed so far.
The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, or MICS as it is typically known, is a household survey that provides statistically sound and internationally comparable data about children and families that are essential for developing evidence-based policies and programmes and for monitoring progress towards national goals and global commitments.
UNICEF’s High-Frequency Surveys aim to assess the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the welfare of households and track the recovery trajectories of different groups of the population across socio-economic dimensions, in such areas as employment, income, food security, coping strategies, education, and health.
How many children are there in the world? How many are malnourished, are experiencing sexual violence or have died from COVID-19? Find answers to commonly asked questions here.