Presentation on theme: "Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys MICS3 Regional Training Workshop General Structure of a Country Survey Plan."— Presentation transcript:
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys MICS3 Regional Training Workshop General Structure of a Country Survey Plan
Country Survey Plan Country teams will be required to draft and present a country survey plan on the last day of the workshop The Country Survey Plan is the penultimate/final survey plan of countries
Country Survey Plan Facilitators will work with groups of countries both during workshop hours and after the workshop, if needed Bilateral meetings will also be organized to meet with country teams Country teams will be provided with templates that they can use to develop/finalize their plans
Country Survey Plan Sessions specifically allocated to work on Country Survey Plans
Country Survey Plan 10 minute presentations during the morning session on the last day Presentation by the survey coordinator (or the UNICEF officer) Followed by brief discussion Will be shared among all participants
CSP should answer…. Who will implement MICS3? Which modules will be retained, which modules will not be used? Any issues regarding specific questions or question groups?
CSP should answer…. What will be the sample size? Sample frame? Updating necessary? What will be the general design characteristics of the sample? What will be the level of aggregation?
CSP should answer…. How will the fieldwork be organized? Who will be the field staff? What kind of technical support will be needed? In what areas? Who from? How much will the MICS3/major budget line items cost?
CSP should answer…. What is the timetable envisaged for MICS3 activities? What are the major challenges? What will be needed from RO/HQ?
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