MICS 4 - Unicef

Report
MICS4
Preliminary Data
14 July 2011
MICS4 Implementing Team
• Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS)
• UNICEF
Technical Committee
• SORS
• UNICEF
• Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Office
of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration
What is MICS4?
• Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey – MICS
• MICS is a global survey conducted for the fourth time in
the Republic of Serbia households
• MICS4 provides data on the situation of children and
women, and key indicators to monitor national progress
against the Millennium Development Goals and other
national and international strategies
Types of Questionnaires
MICS4 includes four questionnaires:
• Household questionnaire (7 modules)
• Questionnaire for children under 5 years of age (7)
• Questionnaire for women 15-49 years of age (14)
• Questionnaire for men 15-29 years of age (9)
Sample Size
Total – 8600 households
National sample
• 6800 households in 400 enumeration areas
• Response rate 94%
Sample of Roma settlements
• 1800 households in 100 enumeration areas
• Response rate 96%
Timetable
• Initial training and testing of questionnaires and
methodology: September 2010
• Main training and pilot survey – Divčibare: October 2010
(over 120 participants)
• MICS 4 communication campaign: October 2010
• Field work: from November 1st to December 30th 2010
• Parallel data entry, data check up and processing
• Preparation of preliminary and final reports
MICS4 team members
Team
Supervisor
Editor
2
Interviewers
Measurer
Increased Preschool Education
Coverage (36 - 59 months)
44
33
8
4
Serbia
Roma settlements
2005
2010
Preschool Education (36 – 59 months)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
59
Belgrade
53
Vojvodina
34
Sumadija and Western Serbia
30
Southern and Eastern Serbia
57
Urban
29
Rural
Percent
Primary
21
40
Secondary
66
Higher/High
Poorest
Second
Middle
Fourth
Richest
22
27
44
50
78
90
100
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
Republic of Serbia
The Poorest
(Quintile)
Roma in
Roma
settlements
Support for learning (3-4 years)
95
84
67
Father’s support for learning (3-4 years)
78
62
63
Learning materials: children’s books
76
49
23
Increasing number of Roma
children attending primary school
91
66
2005
2010
EDUCATION
Republic of
Serbia
The Poorest
(Quintile)
Roma in
Roma
settlements
School readiness (percent)
97
95
78
Net intake rate in primary education
(percent)
95
84
91
Primary school net attendance ratio (percent)
99
96
88
Children reaching last grade of primary
99
93
86
1.01
1.02
0.96
Gender parity index (primary school)
Preschool Programme and
School Attendance
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
5
6
7
8
9
10
Male
11
12
Female
13
14
15
16
Male - Roma
17
18
19
20
Female - Roma
21
22
23
24
Early Marriage
50
14
5
1
before age 15
before age 18
Serbia
before age 15
before age 18
Roma Settlements
High Coverage of Prenatal and
Postnatal Health Care
100
99
99
95
Serbia
Female Roma in Roma Settlements
At least one examination by a health care
professional
Delivary in health care institutions
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Republic of
Serbia
The Poorest
(Quintile)
Roma in
Roma
settlements
3
9
31
Contraceptive prevalence rate
(percent)
61
58
64
Modern methods of contraceptive
22
10
6
Coverage of women's health care
appropriate content prior to delivery
(percent)
98
93
88
9
2
1
Percentage of women aged 20-24 years
who gave birth before the 18
Percentage of women who have attended
the preparation for pregnancy and
parenting
Visits of Visiting Nurses
88
82
80
Serbia
Poorest
Roma Settlements
29
28
19
During the pregnancy
The first week after delivery
Decreased Child Mortality
Rate in Roma Settlements
28
25
2005
2010
15
14
Infant mortality rate
Under-5 mortality rate
Child Mortality Rate, 2010
15
14
8
7
Infant mortality rate
Serbia
Roma in Roma settlements
Under-5 mortality rate
CHILD HEALTH
Republic of
Serbia
The Poorest
(Quintile)
Roma in Roma
settlements
7
9
24
Exclusive breastfeeding under 6 months
14
11
9
Predominant breastfeeding under 6 months
39
39
52
Milk feeding frequency for non-breastfed
children
89
90
60
The prevalence of stunting (percent)
Decreasing number of women who
approve their husband’s violence
36
2005
20
6
3
Serbia
Female Roma in Roma settlements
2010
Psychological or Physical
Punishment of Children 2-14 years
of Age
87
86
85
70
67
64
Total
Female
Serbia
Roma Settlements
Male
HIV/AIDS
Republic of
Serbia
The Poorest
(Quintile)
Roma in
Roma
settlements
Condom use with non-regular partners
77
(60)
37
Women who know where to be tested for
HIV
74
46
29
HIV testing during antenatal care
14
7
2
Increasing Knowledge on HIV
Prevention
48
42
12
7
Serbia
Female Roma in Roma Settlements
2005
2010
CONCLUSION
• Progress is visible in all the observed areas, both on the
national level and among Roma living in Roma settlements
• Disparities among the observed groups still exist, but the
differences are on decrease
Thank you!

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