Central Data Catalog
Tehsil Based Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey- Punjab 2007-2008
2007 - 2008
Bureau of Statistics, Planning and Development Department
March 29, 2019
March 29, 2019
Download the questionnaires, technical documents and reports that describe the survey process and the key results for this study.
Tehsil Based Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Punjab 2007-08 - Questionnaire
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UNICEF and Bureau of Statistics, Planning and Development Department, Government of Punjab, Lahore
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) Punjab 2007-08
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Volume-1 Provincial Report
Government of the Punjab Planning & Development Department Department of Statistics
This report is based on the Punjab MICS 2007-08, conducted from December 2007 to April 2008 by the Bureau of Statistics (BOS), Planning and Development Department, Government of the Punjab. To provide a snapshot of progress on indicators, the report compares the results of MICS 2007-08 to those of MICS 2003-04 where ever available.Punjab MICS is a household survey intended to assist the Government of Pakistan/ Punjab in planning and monitoring social service delivery and other indicators of development. The survey fills gaps in essential data, providing recent and relevant information at the provincial, divisional, district and tehsil level. The survey findings will ultimately feed into government programmes for sustainable development and poverty alleviation.
The MICS report fulfils an important role in monitoring progress towards attaining goals and targets from key international agreements: the Millennium Declaration, adopted by United Nations member states in September 2000, and the Plan of Action for 'A World Fit For Children', adopted at the United Nations Special Session on Children in May 2002, and commitments made at the 1990 World Summit for Children. As a signatory, Pakistan is committed to improving the situation of all its citizens, especially children, and to report upon progress made in the years since the agreements.
The value of this survey goes far beyond generating data for international reporting. To formulate and achieve goal-oriented plans it is essential that resources are distributed based on rational and appropriate objectives at the provincial, district and tehsil level. The Punjab MICS 2007-08 will meet the data needs of researchers, academia, policymakers and managers at the grassroots level.
The survey was coordinated and supervised by the Technical, Planning and Coordination Groups chaired by the Chief Economist Planning and Development (P&D) Board. These groups comprised of key technical staff of the line departments and UNICEF. The Government of Punjab financed the MICS through its Annual Development Programme and UNICEF provided technical assistance.
The final report consists of 36 volumes of which this document is the first. Readers may refer to the enclosed table of contents for reference.
Suggested Citation: Bureau of Statistics, Planning and Development Department, Government of the Punjab - Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, Punjab 2007–08, Lahore, Pakistan.
Tehsil Based Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Punjab 2007-08 - Codebook
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Bureau of Statistics, Planning and Development Department, Government of Punjab, Lahore