Central Data Catalog
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2005-2006
2005 - 2006
Bureau of Statistics
March 29, 2019
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
2008 Report on the global AIDS epidemic
Geneva, Switzerland: UNAIDS, 2008.
Taking stock of maternal, newborn and child survival: 2000-2010 decade report country profiles
WHO Countdown to 2015.
Webannex: DHS and MICS tables of inequities in child health and nutrition
: World Bank PovertyNet initiative, 2007.
Akmatov K, Manas.
Child abuse in 28 developing and transitional countries: results from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys
International Journal of Epidemiology 40, no. 1 (2011): 219-227.
Akwara, Priscilla, Danielle Burke, and Carl-Johan Lundgren.
La infancia y el SIDA/Children and AIDS: Cuarto inventario de la situacion, 2009/Fourth assessment of the situation, 2009
: United Nations Children's Fund, 2010.
Akwara, Priscilla A, Behzad Noubary, Patricia Lim Ah Ken, Keirsten Johnson, Rachel Yates, William Winfrey, Upjeet K Chandan, Doreen Mulenga, Jimmy Kolker, and Chewe Luo.
Who is the vulnerable child? Using survey data to identify children at risk in the era of HIV and AIDS
AIDS care 22, no. 9 (2010): 1066-1085.
Alkire, Sabina, Jose M Roche, and Suman Seth.
Sub-national disparities and inter-temporal evolution of multidimensional poverty across developing countries
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (2011).
Alkire, Sabina, and Maria E Santos.
Acute multidimensional poverty: a new index for developing countries
Anthony, David, and Chris Brazier.
The state of the world's children 2011: Adolescence an age of opportunity
: United Nations Pubns, 2011.
Aregawi, Maru, Richard Cibulaskis, Mac Otten, and Ryan Williams.
World Malaria Report 2009
: WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, 2009.
Barros, Fernando C, Cesar G Victora, Robert Scherpbier, and Davidson Gwatkin.
Socioeconomic inequities in the health and nutrition of children in low/middle income countries
Revista de Saude Publica 44, no. 1 (2010): 1-16.
Listening to African voices
Bjälkander, Owolabi, Donald S Grant, Vanja Berggren, Heli Bathija, and Lars Almroth.
Female genital mutilation in Sierra Leone: forms, reliability of reported status, and accuracy of related demographic and health survey questions
Obstetrics and gynecology international (2013).
Bloom, David, Elizabeth Cafiero, Mark McGovern, Klaus Prettner, Anderson Stanciole, Jonathan Weiss, Samuel Bakkila, and Larry Rosenberg.
The economic impact of non-communicable disease in China and India: Estimates, projections, and comparisons
IZA DP No. 7563 (2013).
Bojang, Kalifa A, Francis Akor, Lesong Conteh, Emily Webb, Ousman Bittaye, David J Conway, Momodou Jasseh, Virginia Wiseman, Paul J Milligan, and Brian Greenwood.
Two strategies for the delivery of IPTc in an area of seasonal malaria transmission in The Gambia: a randomised controlled trial
PLoS Medicine 8, no. 2 (2011): e1000.
Bosch-Capblanch, Xavier, K Banerjee, and A Burton.
There are children not receiving a single dose of any vaccine: from ‘data to policy’in immunisation and health systems. Data quality and socio-economic determinants of unvaccination in low-and middle-income countries
AMC-University van Amsterdam, 2012.
Bosch-Capblanch, Xavier, K Banerjee, and A Burton.
Unvaccinated children in years of increasing coverage: how many and who are they? Evidence from 96 low-and middle-income countries
Tropical Medicine & International Health 17, no. 6 (2012): 697-710.
Brown W, David.
Child immunization cards: essential yet underutilized in national immunization programmes
Open Vaccine Journal (2012).
Castro L, Charita.
Child labour: a public health perspective
An overview of child labour statistics (2010).
Ceesay, Serign J, Climent Casals-Pascual, Davis C Nwakanma, Michael Walther, Natalia Gomez-Escobar, Anthony J Fulford, Ebako N Takem, Sarah Nogaro, Kalifa A Bojang, Tumani Corrah, Momodou C Jaye, Makie A Taal, Aja A Sonko, and David J Conway.
Continued decline of malaria in The Gambia with implications for elimination
PloS one 5, no. 8 (2010): e1224.
Ceesay, Serign J, Climent Casals-Pascual, Jamie Erskine, Samuel E Anya, Nancy O Duah, Anthony J Fulford, Sanie S Sesay, Ismaela Abubakar, Samuel Dunyo, Omar Sey, Ayo Palmer, Malang Fofana, Tumani Corrah, Kalifa A Bojang, Hilton C Whittle, Brian M Greenwood, and David J Conway.
Changes in malaria indices between 1999 and 2007 in The Gambia: a retrospective analysis
The Lancet 372, no. 9649 (2008): 1545-1554.
Dubourg, Dominique, Fabienne Richard, Rita Eggermont, Griet Gregoir, Els Leye, Jennifer Mabbott, Sophie Maes, Samuel Ndamè, Tine Rommens, Marie-Jeanne Schoofs, and Philip Tavernier.
Etude de prévalence des femmes excisées et des filles à risque d'excision en Belgique
Bruxelles, Belgium: SPF Santé, 2010.
Eijk, Anna Maria, Jenny Hill, Victor Alegana, Viola Kirui, Peter Gething, Feiko O ter Kuile, and Robert W Snow.
Coverage of malaria protection in pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis and analysis of national survey data
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 11, no. 3 (2011): 190-207.
Frosch, Anne E, Meera Venkatesan, and Miriam K Laufer.
Patterns of chloroquine use and resistance in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review of household survey and molecular data
Malaria Journal (2011).
Gething, Peter W, Viola C Kirui, Victor A Alegana, Emelda A Okiro, Abdisalan M Noor, and Robert W Snow.
Estimating the Number of Paediatric Fevers Associated with Malaria Infection Presenting to Africa's Public Health Sector in 2007
PloS Medicine 7, no. 7 (2010).
Goetz, Anne Marie.
Who answers to women?: gender and accountability
: United Nations Development Fund for Women, 2008.
Hindman D, Hugh.
The world of child labor: an historical and regional survey
New York, USA: ME Sharpe Inc, 2009.
Disparities in secondary school attendance by ethnicity, language or religion
Jammeh, Abdu, Johanne Sundby, and Siri Vangen.
Barriers to emergency obstetric care services in perinatal deaths in rural Gambia: a qualitative in-depth interview study
ISRN Obstetrics and Gynecology (2011).
Jones, Nicola, and Andy Sumner.
Child poverty, evidence and policy: Mainstreaming children in international development
Bristol, England: Policy Press, 2011.
Kojima, Masami, Robert Bacon, and Xin Zhou.
Who uses bottled gas? evidence from households in developing countries
Evidence from Households in Developing Countries (July 1, 2011). World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series, Vol (2011).
Female genital cutting in the Gambia: a case for Tostan
Master of Public Policy Student Research Papers (2010).
Indigenous Peoples, Poverty and Development
Indigenous peoples and development goals: a global snapshot (2010).
Progress for children: a report card on child protection
: United Nations Pubns, 2009.
UNICEF good practices in integrating birth registration into health systems(2000–2009)
UNICEF Working Papers (2010).
Nonoyama-Tarumi, Yuko, and Yumiko Ota.
Early childhood development in developing countries: Pre-primary education, parenting, and health care
Education for all global monitoring report 2011: The hidden crisis: Armed conflict and education (2010).
Noor, Abdisalan M, Juliette J Mutheu, Andrew J Tatem, Simon J Hay, and Robert W Snow.
Insecticide-treated net coverage in Africa: mapping progress in 2000–07
The Lancet (2009).
Pierre-Louis, Anne-Maryse, Jumana Qamruddin, Isabel Espinosa, and Shilpa Challa.
The Malaria control success story
Rees, Claire P, Sophie Hawkesworth, Sophie E Moore, Bai L Dondeh, and Stefan A Unger.
Factors affecting access to healthcare: an observational study of children under 5 years of age presenting to a rural Gambian Primary Healthcare Centre
PloS one 11, no. 6 (2016).
Satoguina, Judith, Brigitte Walther, Christopher Drakeley, Davis Nwakanma, Eniyou C Oriero, Simon Correa, Patrick Corran, David Conway, and Michael Walther.
Comparison of surveillance methods applied to a situation of low malaria prevalence at rural sites in The Gambia and Guinea Bissau
Malaria Journal 8, no. 1 (2009): 1-12.
Smits, Jeroen, and Roel Steendijk.
The International Wealth Index (IWI)
Sonko, Sheriff T, Malanding Jaiteh, James Jafali, Lamin BS Jarju, Umberto D’Alessandro, Abu Camara, Musu Komma-Bah, and Alieu Saho.
Does socio-economic status explain the differentials in malaria parasite prevalence? Evidence from The Gambia
Malaria journal 13, no. 1 (2014): 1-12.
Tzioumis, Emma, and Linda S Adair.
Childhood dual burden of under- and overnutrition in low- and middle-income countries: A critical review
Food and Nutrition Bulletin (FNB) 35, no. 2 (2014): 230-243.
Sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency: progress since the 1990 World Summit for Children
: UNICEF, Nutrition Section, 2008.
Walker, S P, T D Wachs, S Grantham-McGregor, M M Black, C A Nelson, S L Huffman, H Baker-Henningham, S M Chang, J D Hamadani, B Lozoff, and others.
Inequality in early childhood: risk and protective factors for early child development
The Lancet (2011).
Webbink, Ellen, Jeroen Smits, and Eelke de Jong.
Hidden child labour: Determinants of housework and family business work of children in 16 developing countries
Nijmegen Center for Economics (NiCE), Institute for Management Research, Radboud University Nijmegen (2010).
Webster, Jayne, Lucy Smith, and Jo Lines.
Scaling-up ITN access and use in sub-Saharan Africa: Estimated LLIN requirements and coverage outcomes based on the global delivery strategy mix
London, UK: DFID Health Resource Centre, 2008.
Prevention versus treatment with competing disease risks