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1 Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Regional Training Workshop I - Survey Design General Structure of MICS3 Questionnaires

2 General Characteristics Prepared in a modular fashion Easy to take out modules, insert modules Developed in collaboration with other UN agencies, other partners in development and data collection Harmonized with the DHS program

3 Criteria for inclusion in MICS3 Relevant MDG indicators Relevant for MTSP priority areas Continuity with WSC indicators Interagency agreement on indicators Previously tested indicators Do not compromise data quality of other indicators MICS is a practical tool for collecting information on indicators Possible to collect through household surveys

4 Questionnaires Household questionnaire Questionnaire for individual women Questionnaire for children under 5 –Measurement of height and weight of children under 5 –Testing of salt used in household for iodine content –Collection of geographic information

5 Questionnaire Modules Core Modules: Expected to be included in all MICS surveys Additional Modules: Expected to be included in all countries where they apply Optional Modules: May be included where there is particular interest

6 Household questionnaire Core Household Information Panel Household Listing Education Water and Sanitation Household Characteristics Child Labor Salt Iodization

7 Household questionnaire Core + Additional Household Information Panel Extended Household Listing Education Water and Sanitation Household Characteristics Insecticide Treated Nets Children Orphaned and Made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS Child Labor Salt Iodization

8 Household questionnaire Core + Additional + Optional Household Information Panel Extended Household Listing Education Water and Sanitation Additional Household Characteristics + Security of Tenure Insecticide Treated Nets + Source and Cost of ITN Children Orphaned and Made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS Child Labor Child discipline Disability Maternal Mortality Salt Iodization

9 Womens questionnaire Core Womens Information Panel Child Mortality Tetanus Toxoid Maternal and Newborn Health Marriage/Union Contraception HIV/AIDS

10 Womens questionnaire Core + Additional Womens Information Panel Child Mortality Tetanus Toxoid Maternal and Newborn Health + Malaria Prevention Marriage/Union, + Polygyny Contraception Female Genital Cutting Sexual Behavior HIV/AIDS

11 Womens questionnaire Core + Additional + Optional Womens Information Panel Child Mortality Tetanus Toxoid Maternal and Newborn Health + Malaria Prevention Marriage/Union + Polygyny Security of Tenure Contraception + Unmet Need Female Genital Cutting Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Sexual Behavior HIV/AIDS

12 Under-5 questionnaire Core Under-5 Child Information Panel Birth Registration and Early Learning Vitamin A Breastfeeding Care of Illness Immunization Anthropometry

13 Under-5 questionnaires (7 modules) Core + Additional Under-5 Child Information Panel Birth Registration and Early Learning Vitamin A Breastfeeding Care of Illness Malaria Immunization Anthropometry

14 Under-5 questionnaire (8 modules) Core + Additional + Optional Under-5 Child Information Panel Birth Registration and Early Learning Child Development Vitamin A Breastfeeding Care of Illness + Source and Cost of Supply of ORS and Antibiotics Malaria + Source and Cost of Supply of Antimalarials Immunization Anthropometry

15 Eligibility

16 Household: A person, or a group of persons living and eating together Survey Unit: Household Separate interviews of all women age in the household, and of mothers/primary caretakers of all children under age 5 However, not all modules are asked about and to the same person/unit Units, Targets, Respondents

17 Household questionnaire Identify respondent: knowledgeable adult or mother/primary caretaker of children in household to begin with Multiple possible respondents –Ask respondent about household –Ask respondent about household members –Ask HH members about themselves –Ask mothers/primary caretakers about children

18 Household questionnaire Core + Additional + Optional AboutAsked to HH Information PanelHHResp. Ext. HH ListingHH MembersResp. Education5+ MembersResp. Water and SanitationHHResp. Add. HH Characteristics + Security of TenureHHResp. ITN + Source and Cost of ITNHHResp. Children Orphaned & Made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS0-17Resp. Child Labor(5-14)5-14Mother/PCT Child discipline2-14Mother/PCT Disability2-9Mother/PCT Maternal MortalityHH Members Salt IodizationHH

19 Womens questionnaire Core + Additional + Optional Respondent: Woman age Modules: –For all women –Ask women only (sexual behavior) –Ask if had live birth during last 2 years (tetanus toxoid & maternal and newborn health)

20 Under-5s questionnaire Core + Additional + Optional Respondent: Mother or primary caretaker of under-5s living in the household Modules –For all mothers/primary caretakers

21 Dos and Donts Administer household questionnaire to ALL households in the sample –NOT only households with women and/or under-5 children Administer womens questionnaire to ALL women age living in sampled households –NOT only one woman per household Administer under-5s questionnaire to mothers/primary caretakers of ALL under-5s living in household –NOT for only one under-5 per household –NOT for only under-5s whose mothers are in the household

22 Example Household 1 Nigel (Male, Age 45) –HH Questionnaire with Nigel

23 Example Household 2 Victoria (Female, Age 36) –HH Questionnaire with Victoria –Womans Questionnaire with Victoria

24 Example Household 3 Victoria (Female, Age 32) John (Male, Son of Victoria, Age 3) –HH Questionnaire with Victoria –Womens Questionnaire with Victoria –Under-5 Questionnaire for John, with Victoria (the mother)

25 Example Household 4 Nigel (Male, Age 45) Victoria (Female, Nigels Partner, Age 32) John (Male, Nigel and Victorias Son, Age 3) –HH Questionnaire with Nigel or Victoria –Womans Questionnaire with Victoria –Under-5s Questionnaire for John, with Victoria (mother)

26 Example Household 5 Nigel (Male, 45) Victoria (Female, 32, Nigels Wife) John (Male, 3, Nigel and Victorias Son) Eve (Female, 48, Nigels Sister) Martin (Male, 4, Eves Adopted Child) HH Questionnaire with Nigel or Victoria or Eve Womans Questionnaire with Victoria Under-5s Questionnaire for John, with Victoria (mother) Womans Questionnaire with Eve Under-5s Questionnaire for Martin, with Eve (caretaker)


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