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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
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
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compliance with statistical

standards

di Indicators

di Maps

di Sources

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exchange data with other

software apps

DevInfo

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CME Info

Child Mortality

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CME Info
  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)
  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality
  • CME Info
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CME Info
  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)
  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality
  • CME Info
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Background

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

the un inter agency group for child mortality estimation igme
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
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IGME Members

United Nations

Population Division*

THE WORLD BANK*

*Non-official logos

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CME Info
  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)
  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality
  • CME Info
methodology
Methodology
  • IGME compiles all available nationally representative data
  • Data quality assessment
  • Fitting of a regression line
  • Public access on CME Info (www.childmortality.org)
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CME Info
  • UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME)
  • Data and methods to estimate child mortality
  • CME Info
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What is CME Info?

www.childmortality.org

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Map Window

Indicator box

Legend

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Bangladesh

Graph Window

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Mali

Graph Window

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Mali

Graph Window

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Mali

Graph Window

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Mali

Graph Window

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Mali

Graph Window

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Comparison in graph window

Mali

Mauritania

Algeria

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Comparison in graph window

Indicator box

Subgroup box

Mali

Mauritania

Algeria

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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
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Expert and Administrative Interface
  • More advanced features available:
  • Log in
  • Add, edit, delete data
  • Generate, edit, delete estimates
  • Notification system between experts and administrators
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Future Plans
  • CME Info 3.0 is under development. Will be launched in 2011
  • Non-web based version under development
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Contact Information:

Dr. Danzhen You, [email protected]

or [email protected]

Website: www.childmortality.org

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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.

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MICS Compiler

Survey Data

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Step 1

# of surveys selected

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Step 2

12 surveys and 6 indicators selected

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Future Plans
  • Mapping functionality
  • Selected background characteristics (age, sex, residence, etc.)
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Contact Information:

[email protected]

Websites:

www.micscompiler.org

and

www.childinfo.org

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