Democratic Republic of the Congo Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2001

Short Name: 
COD MICS2 2001 

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) is an international household survey program developed by UNICEF with the purpose of monitoring the situation of children and women in developing countries. The primary areas of concern are health (particularly HIV/AIDS), education, and child protection. To date, there have been 4 international rounds of the MICS. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) was surveyed in rounds 1 (1995), 2 (2001), and 4 (2010).

The DRC MICS2 2001 was developed and conducted to measure progress toward the World Summit for Children goals. Data collection for the 2010 DRC MICS took place between April and October 2001.

The sampling procedure for this survey can be found here.  A total of 8,622 households participated in the survey.

French summary report

Information on all other MICS second round surveys can be found here.

Source / Citation: 
United Nations Children's Fund, National Institute of Statistics of Democratic Republic of Congo. Democratic Republic of Congo Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2010, Ref. COD_2010_MICS_v01_M. Dataset downloaded from [url] on [date]. 
First released on: 
1 Jul, 2002 
Last version on: 
1 Jul, 2002 
Format: 
SPSS 
Use Policy: 
May not be distributed to non AGRODEP Network Members. 
Download information: 

Prior to downloading MICS datasets, a request must be made through UNICEF. The request form for the second round MICS is located here.