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Guinea Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2016

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General Info
Geography 
Guinea (GIN)
Coverage type 
Country
Time period covered 
09/2016 - 11/2016
Data type
Survey:
  • Cross-sectional
  • GPS coordinates (GIS)
  • Household
  • Individual
  • Interview
  • Nationally representative
  • Subnationally representative
  • Urban-rural representative
Summary 

The Guinea Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2016 was conducted with the [Guinea Parasitic Prevalence of Malaria and Anemia 2016] République de Guinée Enquête de Prévalence Parasitaire du Paludisme et de l’Anémie (EPPA-G) 2016. The 2016 Guinea MICS is part of phase 5 of the MICS series, while the EPPA-G 2016 is part of phase 7 of the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) series. MICS surveys focus on collecting data relating to health, education, and mortality which can be used for tracking progress toward Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Keywords 
Adult mortality, Age at first sex, Agriculture, Alcohol use, Anemia, Antenatal care, Anthropometry, Antibiotics, Antimalarials, Antimotility drugs, Assets, BCG vaccines, Birth certificates, Birth control pills, Birth weight, Blood tests, Blood transfusions, Breastfeeding, Breathing difficulty, Caesarean section, Cancers, Child anthropometry, Child care, Child development, Child labor, Child mortality, Children, Cirrhosis of the liver, Complete birth history, Condoms, Congenital anomalies, Contraceptive implants, Contraceptives, Cooking fuels, Cough, Dairy products, Death certificates, Dengue, Diabetes, Diaphragms, Diarrhea, Diarrheal diseases, Domestic violence, Drug consumption, Ebola, Education, Electricity, Epilepsy, Family composition, Family size, Female circumcision, Female infertility, Fever, Fish, Fruits, General surgery, HIV and AIDS, Health behaviors, Health care access, Health care use, Health facilities, Health literacy, Health promotion, Health status, Hearing loss, Height, Hemoglobin, Hospitals, Hours worked, Household air pollution, Household deaths, Household water treatment, Housing conditions, Housing materials, Hygiene, Hypertension, Hysterectomy, IUDs, Immunization, Indoor residual spraying, Infant care, Infant mortality, Injectable contraceptives, Insecticide-treated bednets, Internet, Iodine supplements, Jaundice, Land ownership, Languages, Literacy, Live births, Livestock, Lower respiratory infections, Malaria, Marital status, Mass media, Maternal care, Maternal health, Maternal mortality, Measles, Measles vaccines, Meat, Medicines, Menopause, Menstruation, Micronutrient supplements, Milk, Mortality, Multiple births, Neonatal conditions, Neonatal jaundice, Neural tube defects, Nonprofits, Occupational risk factors, Oral rehydration therapy, PMTCT, Pain, Paralysis, Parental survival, Pentavalent vaccines, Pharmacies, Place of death, Place of delivery, Poisonings, Polio vaccines, Postnatal care, Postpartum amenorrhea, Pregnancy, Pregnancy complications, Private health facilities, Public health facilities, Refrigeration, Religion, Reproductive and sexual risk factors, Sanitation, School enrollment, Seizures, Sexual abstinence, Sexual sterilization, Sibling survival, Skilled birth attendants, Smokeless tobacco use, Spermicides, Starchy vegetables, Stillbirths, Sugar-sweetened beverages, Summary birth history, Symptoms, Telephones, Tetanus toxoid vaccines, Thoracic surgery, Tobacco use, Traditional birth control, Traditional medicine, Transportation, Tuberculosis, Unprocessed red meat, Upper respiratory infections, Urinary diseases, VCT, Vaccination cards, Vegetables, Verbal autopsy, Vision loss, Vitamin A supplements, Vomiting, Water supply, Weight, Whole grains, Working conditions, Zinc
Citation
Publication year 
2018
Suggested citation 
National Institute of Public Health (NPHI) (Guinea), National Institute of Statistics (Guinea), National Malaria Control Program (Guinea), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Guinea Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2016. New York, United States: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2018.