Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 2014) Final Report

The Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in 2014 by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) as part of the global MICS programme. Technical and financial support was provided by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
Nepal MICS 2014 provides valuable information and the latest evidence on the situation of children and women in Nepal before the country was hit by an earthquake of 7.8 magnitude on 25 April 2015. 
The survey presents data from an equity perspective by indicating disparities by sex, region, area, education, household wealth, and other characteristics. Nepal MICS 2014 is based on a sample of 12,405 households interviewed and provides a comprehensive picture of children and women in the 15 sub-regions of the country.

Important Findings




Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar  Slide no. 17''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar  Slide no. 18''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar Slide no. 19''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar  Slide no. 23''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar Slide no. 24''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar' Slide no. 25''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar Slide no. 26''


Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar Slide no. 36''



Source: PPT of ''Key findings of Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014, presented by Krishna Tuladhar Slide no. 38''




Source: UNICEF

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