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  • Levels and Trends in Child Mortality 2014
    Recent estimates show that the number of under-five deaths worldwide has declined by half since 1990, from 12.7 million to 6.3 million today. Yet, 17,000 children under age five still die every day in 2013.


  • Child nutrition: an interactive look at the latest data and regional trends
    Child nutrition: an interactive look at the latest data and regional trends
    The new Child Malnutrition Dashboard lets you generate a variety of graphs and charts based on the newest joint estimates covering prevalence and numbers for child stunting, underweight, overweight and wasting.


  • No Time To Lose - Watch Video
    Hidden in Plain Sight: A statistical analysis of violence against children
    This new report is the largest-ever compilation of data on the subject of violence against children. The report sheds light on the prevalence of different forms of violence against children, with global figures and data from 190 countries.


  • A Promise Renewed 2014 Progress Report
    Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed – Progress Report 2014
    In addition to presenting levels and trends in child mortality since 1990, this report looks at causes of death, coverage of key interventions for mother and newborn and highlights initiatives to accelerate progress on child survival.



Welcome to data​.unicef.org. This website is a gateway to reliable and open data and analysis on the situation of children and women worldwide.

UNICEF's data-driven publications and global databases help inform the international development community, including the assessment of progress toward the Millennium Development Goals and the elaboration of the development agenda beyond 2015. Read more…

Data Collection

UNICEF supports countries in collecting data related to children and women through Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), an international household survey programme. Since its inception in the mid-1990s, four rounds of MICS have been completed (in 1995-1996, 2000-2001, 2005-2006, 2009-2012) and a fifth is now under way (2013-2015). By 2015, over 280 surveys will have been implemented in more than 100 low- and middle-income countries. Each round of surveys builds upon the last and offers new indicators to monitor trends and current priorities. Read more…

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