2010 and 2014 MICS comparative report: Swaziland
The Swaziland Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys IV and V are nationally representative surveys of households, children, women and men. The main objective of the surveys is to provide up to date information for assessing the situation of children, women and men in Swaziland. Another objective is to furnish data needed for monitoring progress towards the goals established at the World Summit for Children and the Millennium Development Goals. The findings of the surveys are utilised by government and development partners for planning and monitoring programme implementation.
This comparative key findings is based on the data provided by the Multiple Cluster Indicator Surveys (MICS) IV and V conducted in Swaziland in the years 2010 and 2014. The objective of this document is to present a comparative analysis between MICS IV and MICS V to monitor how indicators behave over time.