Central Data Catalog
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2000
UNICEF Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS)
State Statistical Committee of the Azerbaijan Republic
September 26, 2013
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Education for all global monitoring report
Chapter 7: Mapping the global literacy challenge (2005).
Girls, HIV/AIDS and education
: UNICEF, 2004.
Guide to the analysis and use of household survey and census education data (2004)
Senegal, Burkina Faso, Canada, USA: FASAF, UAPS, UNESCO, UNICEF, USAID, ORC Marco, 2004.
Children out of school: measuring exclusion from primary education
: Montreal: UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2005.
Los jovenes y el VIH/SIDA: Una oportunidad en un momento crucial
: UNICEF, 2002.
Taking stock of maternal, newborn and child survival: 2000-2010 decade report country profiles
WHO Countdown to 2015.
Aleshina, Nadezhda, and Gerry Redmond.
How high is infant mortality in Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS?
Innocenti Working Papers no. 95 (2003).
The socio-cultural correlates of HIV/AIDS in the Southern Caucasus
HIV and AIDS in the Caucasus Region: A socio-cultural approach (2005).
Cattaneo, Adriano, Jenny Bua, Tamara Bomestar, Giorgio Tamburlini, and Arnold Timmer.
Child nutrition in Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States--report of a situation analysis
Geneva, Switzerland: UNICEF, 2007.
EFA global monitoring report 2005
Paris, France: UNESCO, 2004.
Edmonds, Eric, and Nina Pavcnik.
Child labor in the global economy
Journal of Economic Perspectives 19, no. 1 (2005): 199-2.
Edmonds, Eric V, and Nina Pavcnik.
Child labor in the global economy
Journal of Economic Perspectives , no. Winter 2005 (2004).
Inequality and poverty in the CIS-7 1989-2002
Lucerne Conference of the CIS-7 Initiative.
Lucerne, Switzerland, 2003.
Inequality and poverty in the CIS-7, 1989-2002
Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (2003).
The end of the rollercoaster? Growth, inequality and poverty in Central Asia and the Caucasus
Social Policy & Administration 39, no. 4 (2005): 340-360.
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 Irving, Shailen Nandy, and Peter Townsend.
Multidimensional measures of child poverty
Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research Draft Conference Paper (2005).
Gordon, David, Michelle K Irving, Shailen Nandy, and Peter Townsend.
The extent and nature of absolute poverty
Hagemann, Frank, Yacouba Diallo, Alex Etienne, and Farhad Mehran.
Global child labour trends 2000 to 2004
Geneva: ILO, 2006.
Working with partners in communicable disease control: World Health Organization
WHO Lisbon 2002.
Lisbon, Portugal, 2002.
Hindman D, Hugh.
The world of child labor: an historical and regional survey
New York, USA: ME Sharpe Inc, 2009.
Informed citizenry, accountable government and the effective management of oil resources
Budapest, Hungary: International Policy Fellowship Program Open Society Institute, 2007.
Kobiane, Jean-Francois, S K Chu, Albert Motivans, Bertrand Tchatchoua, Nghin Bui-Quang, Edilberto Loaiza, Linda Padgett, Kimberly Bolyard, Kristi Fair, and Anne Genereux.
Guide to the analysis and use of household survey and census education data May 2002
: FASAF, UNESCO, UNICEF, USAID, ORC Marco, 2002.
Lopriore, C, M C Dop, A Solal-Celigny, and G Lagnado.
Excluding infants under 6 months of age from surveys: impact on prevalence of pre-school undernutrition
Public health nutrition 10, no. 01 (2007): 79-87.
Mason, John, Jonathan Rivers, and Carole Helwig.
Recent trends in malnutrition in developing regions: Vitamin A deficiency, anemia, iodine deficiency, and child underweight
Food and Nutrition Bulletin 26, no. 1 (2005): 57.
Monasch, Roeland, Annette Reinisch, Richard Steketee, Eline Korenromp, David Alnwick, and Yves Bergevin.
Child coverage with mosquito nets and malaria treatment from population-based surveys in African countries: a baseline for monitoring progress in Roll Back Malaria
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 71, no. 2 suppl (2004): 232.
Nonoyama-Tarumi, Yuko, Edilberto Loaiza, and Patrice Engle.
Inequalities in attendance in organized early learning programmes in developing societies: findings from household surveys
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 39, no. 3 (2009): 385-409.
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.
Gender in transition
Washington, D.C.: World Bank Publications, 2002.
Rivers, Jonathan, John Mason, Eva Silvestre, Stuart Gillespie, Mary Mahy, and Roeland Monasch.
Impact of orphanhood on underweight prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa.
Food and nutrition bulletin 29, no. 1 (2008): 32.
Rokx, Claudia, Rae Galloway, and Lynn Brown.
Prospects for improving nutrition in eastern Europe and central Asia
: World Bank Publications, 2002.
Young people and HIV/AIDS: Attitudes and awareness
Venice, Italy: World Health Organization European Of?ce for Investment for Health and Development, 2005.
Improving primary enrollment rates among the poor
: Asian Development Bank, 2006.
Coordination 2002: Charting progress against AIDS, TB, and malaria
: WHO, 2002.
Sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency: progress since the 1990 World Summit for Children
: UNICEF, Nutrition Section, 2008.
van Klaveren, Maarten, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams, and Nuria R Martin.
An overview of women’s work and employment in Azerbaijan
Amsterdam, Netherlands: University of Amsterdam / Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS), 2010.
Wardlaw, Tessa, Emily W Johansson, and Matthew Hodge.
La pneumonie de l'enfant un fléau oublié
: UNICEF, OMS, 2006.
Wardlaw M, Tessa.
Low birthweight: country, regional and global estimates
Geneva, Switzerland: WHO, 2004.
Wardlaw, Tessa M, Emily W Johansson, and Matthew J Hodge.
Pneumonia: the forgotten killer of children
: United Nations Pubns, 2006.