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Last update: Jan 2012

Survey design workshop presentations

All presentations (28 MB, zip)  

 

Objectives of the survey design workshop

 

Background, Process and Technical Assistance
MICS4 in the Context of Global Commitments and Reporting Needs
The MICS4 Process
MICS4 Technical Assistance
MICS Resources on the Web

 

Overview of Survey Tools
Overview of MICS4 Research Tools
Some Features of MICS4 Questionnaires and Modules
How to Customize MICS4 Questionnaires

 

Household Questionnaire
Household Information Panel and Household Listing Form
Education
Water and Sanitation
Handwashing
Household Characteristics
ITN and IRS
Child Labour
Child Discipline
Salt Iodization

 

Questionnaire for Individual Women
Woman's Information Panel and Woman's Background
Child Mortality
Maternal and Newborn Health
Illness Symptoms
Contraception
Unmet Need and Desire for Last Birth
Female Genital Mutilation-Cutting
Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence
Marriage/Union
Sexual Behaviour
HIV/AIDS
Access to Mass Media and Use of Information/Communication Technology
Birth History
Life Satisfaction
Maternal Mortality
Post-natal Health Checks
Tobacco and Alcohol Use 

 

Questionnaire for Individual Men
Questionnaire for Individual Men

 

Questionnaire for Children Under Five
Under-5 Information Panel and Age
Birth Registration
Early Childhood Development
Breastfeeding
Care of Illness
Malaria
Immunization
Anthropometry

 

Sampling
Sampling Overview
Advanced Sampling

 

Survey Planning and Implementation
General Structure of a Country Survey Plan
Using GPS to Collect Cluster Locations
Field Staff and Field Procedures
Training of the Field Staff
Survey Logistics and Arrangements
Survey Quality Control
Use of PDAs in MICS

 

Data Processing and Post Fieldwork Activities
Data Entry and Processing
Data Analysis and Reporting
Data Archiving
Disseminating and Using MICS Data

 

Lessons Learned from MICS3
The MICS3 Evaluation