Central Data Catalog
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2000
UNICEF Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS)
National Institute of Statistics
September 26, 2013
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Nonoyama-Tarumi, Yuko, Edilberto Loaiza, and Patrice L Engle.
Late entry into primary school in developing societies: Findings from cross-national household surveys
International Review of Education 56, no. 1 (2010): 100-125.
Lerch, Mathias, and Philippe Wanner.
Demographic data in Albania: Results of an assessment
Sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency: progress since the 1990 World Summit for Children
: UNICEF, Nutrition Section, 2008.
School dropouts: disadvantaged, disaffected, disappeared
Husseini, Abdullatif, and Niveen Abu-Rmeileh.
HIV/AIDS-related knowledge and attitudes of Palestinian women in the occupied Palestinian territory
American Journal of Health Behavior 31, no. 3 (2007): 323-334.
Fares, Jean, and Dhushyanth Raju.
Child labor across the developing world: Patterns and correlations
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 4119 (2007).
Gordon, David, Michelle K Irving, Shailen Nandy, and Peter Townsend.
The extent and nature of absolute poverty
Budiene, Virginija, Indra Dedze, and Mercedes del Rosario.
Monitoring school dropouts: Disadvantaged, disaffected, disappeared
New York, USA: Open Society Institute Education Support Program, 2007.
Poverty reduction strategies and well-being in Albania and Former Yugoslavia
Poverty and social deprivation in the Mediterranean: trends, policies, and welfare prospects in the new millennium (2006).
Career, beauty and motherhood: representation of gender role in women magazines in Albania
STEREOTYPING: REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN PRINT MEDIA IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE (2006).
Hagemann, Frank, Yacouba Diallo, Alex Etienne, and Farhad Mehran.
Global child labour trends 2000 to 2004
Geneva: ILO, 2006.
Young people and HIV/AIDS: Attitudes and awareness
Venice, Italy: World Health Organization European Of?ce for Investment for Health and Development, 2005.
Edmonds, Eric, and Nina Pavcnik.
Child labor in the global economy
Journal of Economic Perspectives 19, no. 1 (2005): 199-2.
HIV/Aids in the western Balkans: priorities for early prevention in a high-risk environment
: World Bank Publications, 2005.
Gordon, David, Michelle Irving, Shailen Nandy, and Peter Townsend.
Multidimensional measures of child poverty
Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research Draft Conference Paper (2005).
Murthi, Mamta, and Pierella Paci.
Economic transition and the position of women
GENDER DISPARITY: MANIFESTATION, CAUSES AND IMPLICATIONS (2004).
Girls, HIV/AIDS and education
: UNICEF, 2004.
Wardlaw M, Tessa.
Low birthweight: country, regional and global estimates
Geneva, Switzerland: WHO, 2004.
EFA global monitoring report 2005
Paris, France: UNESCO, 2004.
Edmonds, Eric V, and Nina Pavcnik.
Child labor in the global economy
Journal of Economic Perspectives , no. Winter 2005 (2004).
Aleshina, Nadezhda, and Gerry Redmond.
How high is infant mortality in Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS?
Innocenti Working Papers no. 95 (2003).
Rechel, Bernd, and Martin McKee.
Healing the crisis: a prescription for public health action in South Eastern Europe
: Open Society Institute, 2003.
Burazeri, Genc, Enver Roshi, Nertila Tavanxhi, Zenel Orhani, and Altin Malo.
Sexual practices of undergraduate students in Tirana, Albania
Croat Med J 44, no. 1 (2003): 80-85.
Levels and trends of contraceptive use as assessed in 2002
New York, USA: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2003.
Gender in transition
Washington, D.C.: World Bank Publications, 2002.
Los jovenes y el VIH/SIDA: Una oportunidad en un momento crucial
: UNICEF, 2002.
Working with partners in communicable disease control: World Health Organization
WHO Lisbon 2002.
Lisbon, Portugal, 2002.
Coordination 2002: Charting progress against AIDS, TB, and malaria
: WHO, 2002.
van der Gaag, Jacques, and Erika Dunkelberg.
Misurare il benessere dell’infanzia nei Paesi del Mediterraneo-Verso un indice complessivo del benessere dell’infanzia
: World Bank.