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Somalia Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey - 2006

Data Source
  • Somalia
  • Sub-Saharan Africa

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) is an international household survey that provides up-to-date information on the situation of children and women, and measures key indicators to monitor progress towards development goals, national strategies and other internationally agreed upon commitments.

Study Website
Adolescents: 2,500-4,999
  • Females
Age Range:
  • 15-19
  • 20-24
Study Design:
  • Observational
Type of Data:
  • Cross-sectional
Time Period: 2006
Areas Covered: Nationally Representative
Investigators: Women Care; Sean Devereux Human Rights Organization; Natural Resources Management and Information Centre; African Rescue Committee; Samawada Rehabilitation and Development Organization; Community Care Centre; Community Research and Development Group; Himilo Relief, Rehabilitation and Development Association; Hiran HIV/AIDS Prevention and Child Protection; UNICEF Somalia; Training and Research Group; Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation of Somalia
Funders: UNICEF; Global Fund; WHO; UNFPA; Pan Arab Program for Family Health (PAPFAM)
  • Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey
Demographic Characteristics - Urban and Rural;
Education - Grade attainment/attendance, Learning;
Family/Household Structure;
Gender Attitudes/Beliefs - Endorsement of violence against women;
Health Care Access and Utilization;
HIV/AIDS and STIs - Knowledge, Testing;
Reproductive Health - Family planning/contraception, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, Fertility;