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UNICEF Child Mortality Estimates Info (CME Info ) and MICS Compiler. Presented at Seminar on Innovative Approaches to Turn Statistics into Knowledge 8-10 December 2010, Cape Town, South Africa Daniel Vadnais, Communication Specialist, Statistics and Monitoring UNICEF.

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UNICEF

ChildMortalityEstimatesInfo (CME Info) and MICS Compiler

Presented at

Seminar on Innovative Approaches to Turn Statistics into Knowledge

8-10 December 2010, Cape Town, South Africa

Daniel Vadnais, Communication Specialist, Statistics and Monitoring UNICEF


UNICEF: central role in monitoring the situation of children and women worldwide

HOW?

  • assisting countries in collecting and analyzing data

  • helping to develop methodologies and indicators

  • maintaining global databases (www.childinfo.org)

  • disseminating and publishing data


create powerful presentations in

tables, maps, graphs


compliance with statistical

standards

di Indicators

di Maps

di Sources


exchange data with other

software apps

DevInfo


adaptations by more than

130 countries


CME Info

Child Mortality


CME Info

  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)

  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality

  • CME Info


CME Info

  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)

  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality

  • CME Info


Background

MDG4: two-thirds reduction in under-five mortality rate between 1990 and 2015.


The UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)

  • Generating accurate child mortality estimates: considerable challenge

  • Vital registration systems: non available in many developing countries

  • Household surveys : have become a primary source of data.

  • Formation of IGME


IGME Members

United Nations

Population Division*

THE WORLD BANK*

*Non-official logos


CME Info

  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)

  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality

  • CME Info


Methodology

  • IGME compiles all available nationally representative data

  • Data quality assessment

  • Fitting of a regression line

  • Public access on CME Info (www.childmortality.org)


Data rich and consistent country


Data rich country… but with inconsistent data


Data poor countrywith wide variations

Angola


Key results8.1 million children under five died in 2009

.


CME Info

  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)

  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality

  • CME Info


What is CME Info?

www.childmortality.org


Map Window

Indicator box

Legend


Map Window


Map Window


Map Window


Map Window


Bangladesh


Bangladesh

Graph Window


Graph Window


Graph Window


Graph Window


Graph Window


Graph Window


Graph Window


Mali

Graph Window


Mali

Graph Window


Mali

Graph Window


Mali

Graph Window


Mali

Graph Window


Comparison in graph window


Comparison in graph window

Mali


Comparison in graph window

Mali

Mauritania

Algeria


Comparison in graph window

Indicator box

Subgroup box

Mali

Mauritania

Algeria


Exporting data and estimates


CME Info

  • CME Info is free and available to all

  • comprehensive data portal

  • leading-edge information technology

  • to visualize in a transparent way how national data can be used to generate international estimates

  • through IGME consensus


Expert and Administrative Interface

  • More advanced features available:

  • Log in

  • Add, edit, delete data

  • Generate, edit, delete estimates

  • Notification system between experts and administrators


Future Plans

  • CME Info 3.0 is under development. Will be launched in 2011

  • Non-web based version under development


Contact Information:

Dr. Danzhen You, [email protected]

or [email protected]

Website: www.childmortality.org


To learn more on CME Info

An e-learning course on the software is available on the CME Info home page at www.childmortality.org.


MICS Compiler

Survey Data


three easy steps to access free and reliable results from MICS:

MICS Compiler


Step 1

# of surveys selected


Step 2


Step 2

12 surveys and 6 indicators selected


Step 3


Table


Toggle between rows and columns


Select “Full View” or simply change the settings on the page


You can also print the table or export

the data into Excel


Graph


Future Plans

  • Mapping functionality

  • Selected background characteristics (age, sex, residence, etc.)


Contact Information:

[email protected]

Websites:

www.micscompiler.org

and

www.childinfo.org


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