Central Data Catalog
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2000
State Department of Statistics
March 29, 2019
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
The'Rights' start to life: a statistical analysis of birth registration
New York, NY/USA: Unicef, 2005.
Food security concept, condition and trends in Georgia
IBSU Scientific Journal 3, no. 2 (2009): 35-54.
Cattaneo, Adriano, Jenny Bua, Tamara Bomestar, Giorgio Tamburlini, and Arnold Timmer.
Child nutrition in Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States - report of a situation analysis
Geneva, Switzerland: UNICEF, 2007.
Lopriore, C, M C Dop, A Solal-Celigny, and G Lagnado.
Excluding infants under 6 months of age from surveys: impact on prevalence of pre-school undernutrition
Public health nutrition 10, no. 01 (2007): 79-87.
Mason, John, Jonathan Rivers, and Carole Helwig.
Recent trends in malnutrition in developing regions: Vitamin A deficiency, anemia, iodine deficiency, and child underweight
Food and Nutrition Bulletin 26, no. 1 (2005): 57.
Rechel, Bernd, Laidon Shapo, and Martin McKee.
Millennium Development goals for health in Europe and central Asia: relevance and policy implications
World Bank Working Paper No. 33 (2004).
Rokx, Claudia, Rae Galloway, and Lynn Brown.
Prospects for improving nutrition in eastern Europe and central Asia
: World Bank Publications, 2002.
Suchdev, P.S., M. Jashi, Z. Sekhniashvili, and B.A. Woodruff.
Progress toward eliminating iodine deficiency in the Republic of Georgia
International Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism 7, no. 3 (2009): 200-207.
Suhrcke, Marc, Lorenzo Rocco, and Martin McKee.
Health: a vital investment for economic development in eastern Europe and central Asia
Copenhagen, Denmark: World Health Organization, 2007.