Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Fifth Round(Western and North Rift Survey)
MICS surveys are designed by UNICEF, and implemented by national agencies in participating countries. MICS was designed to monitor various indicators identified at the World Summit for Children and the Millennium Development Goals. The Kenya Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 2000) was conducted to generate indicators for assessing progress made in achieving the World Summit for Children (WSC) goals while forming a basis for future action. Kenya Nationall Bureau of statistics implemented the survey with financial and technical support from UNICEF and PSRI. The Multiple Indicator cluster survey was in its fifth round covering Western and North Rift districts namely: Bungoma and Kakamega counties in Western and Turkana county in the North Rift region.
Unit of Analysis
Households, individual women and children under the age of five
This is the first version availed for distribution
The MICS fifth survey in Bungoma, Kakamega and Turkana Counties respectively.