MICS Punjab 2011

The sample for the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) Punjab 2011 was designed by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), to provide estimates on a large number of indicators on the situation of women and children including the socio-economic indicators at the provincial level for 9 divisions, 36 districts, 150 tehsils /towns, major cities, other urban and rural areas. The sample design was reviewed for adequacy and soundness by international consultants engaged by UNICEF Pakistan. The sample was selected in two stages. Within each of the 287 sampling domains, Enumeration Areas (EA) (enumeration blocks in urban areas or village/ mouzas/ dehs in rural areas) were selected with probability proportional to size. Prior to the survey implementation, a complete listing of households in all the selected EAs was conducted. Based on the total number of households in each EA a systematic sample of 12 households in urban and 16 households in rural areas was randomly drawn. This formed the second stage of sampling. In selected households, all females aged 15-49 years and children under five years were identified for individual interviews. The total sample size for the survey was 102,048 households. The sample was not self-weighting and sample weights were used to report results.

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Source http://mics.unicef.org/surveys
Last Updated April 4, 2021, 19:42 (UTC)
Created February 5, 2020, 23:52 (UTC)
Publisher NCBC
Data Type non-geospatial
Data Source Secondary Research
Organization Type Educational institution
Category Health