Viet Nam 2014 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) announced

Viet Nam 2014 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) announced - ảnh 1
The seminar. Photo: Viet Long/

(VOVworld) – Viet Nam's Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2014 launched on Friday in Ha Noi, highlights an unfinished agenda in the lives and well-being of vulnerable children and women while capturing some of the country's progress toward achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The MICS survey was carried out by the General Statistics Office (GSO) in close collaboration with various line ministries and with technical and financial support from UNICEF.

"This full report provides important of quality data and analysis that reflect achievements of Viet Nam's development goals," noted Mr. Nguyen Van Lieu, Deputy Director General of General Statistic Office. "The implementation of MICS in Viet Nam is a great opportunity to collect and disseminate data on children and women using as strict quality assurance process. MICS 2014 is a critical data collection tool that should be included in Viet Nam's national survey schedule in order to regularly monitor and update the situation of children in this country." said Dr. Nguyen Van Lieu, in his opening speech.