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  1. MICS4Preliminary Data 14 July 2011

  2. MICS4 Implementing Team • Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS) • UNICEF • Technical Committee • SORS • UNICEF • Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Office of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration

  3. What is MICS4? • Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey – MICS • MICS is a global survey conducted for the fourth time in the Republic of Serbia households • MICS4 provides data on the situation of children and women, and key indicators to monitor national progress against the Millennium Development Goals and other national and international strategies

  4. Types of Questionnaires • MICS4 includes four questionnaires: • Household questionnaire (7 modules) • Questionnaire for children under 5 years of age (7) • Questionnaire for women 15-49 years of age (14) • Questionnaire for men 15-29 years of age (9)

  5. Sample Size • Total – 8600 households • National sample • 6800 householdsin 400 enumeration areas • Response rate 94% • Sample of Roma settlements • 1800 households in 100 enumeration areas • Response rate 96%

  6. Timetable • Initial training and testing of questionnaires and methodology: September 2010 • Main training and pilot survey – Divčibare: October 2010 • (over 120 participants) • MICS 4 communication campaign: October 2010 • Field work: from November 1st to December 30th 2010 • Parallel data entry, data check up and processing • Preparation of preliminary and final reports

  7. MICS4 team members

  8. Increased Preschool Education Coverage (3-5 years of age)

  9. Preschool Education (3-5 years of age)

  10. Increasing number of Roma children enrolled in primary school

  11. Preschool Programme and School Attendance

  12. Early Marriage

  13. High Coverage of Prenatal and Postnatal Health Care

  14. Visits of Visiting Nurses

  15. Decreased Child Mortality Rate in Roma Settlements

  16. Child Mortality Rate, 2010

  17. Decreasing number of women who approve their husband’s violence

  18. Psychological and Physical Punishment of Children 2-14 years of age

  19. Increasing Knowledge on HIV Prevention

  20. CONCLUSION • Progress is visible in all the observed areas, both on the national level and among Roma living in Roma settlements • Disparities among the observed groups still exist, but the differences are on decrease

  21. Thank you!