MICS Survey is an international household survey program developed and supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The purpose of monitoring is to collect statistically reliable, internationally comparable indicators to monitor progress towards national goals and global commitments to improve the situation of children and women.
For the country, MICS is the main tool for obtaining information in the field of maternal and child health, child development, parenting, education, as well as reproductive behavior of women and other pressing issues.
This survey will provide updated information.
on the situation of children and women for comparing international statistics on social indicators, improving the national system for monitoring the rights of the child, implementing social programs in the field of motherhood and childhood, both at the national and regional levels, as well as developing managerial decisions and making changes in government programs.
In addition, the results of MICS are used by international organizations in determining the level of a country in various international rankings.