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Title: Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Survey Design Workshop


1
Multiple Indicator Cluster SurveysSurvey Design
Workshop
  • Questionnaire for Children Under Five
  • Early Childhood Development

2
Measuring Early Childhood DevelopmentThe Global
Challenge
  • Nearly 9 million under-five children died in the
    past year
  • Over 220 million under-five children are not
    developing to their full potential
  • An estimated 20 loss in adult productivity
  • The issue of poor child development will remain
    as challenge unless substantial efforts are made
    to put the child development high on agenda

3
I have the rights!
  • The right to a name and nationality
  • To be vaccinated
  • To be properly fed
  • To play
  • To drink safe water
  • To be protected
  • from illnesses
  • To learn

Thank you for giving me a good start in life!
Cameroun
4
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK
  • CRC Right to survival and development
  • WFFC Declaration Children protection, growth
    and development, good health and proper nutrition
    essential foundation for human development
  • MTSP Young child survival and development
  • Poverty alleviation reduction of disparities

MICS4 Survey Design Workshop
5
Why Measure Early Childhood Development?
Indicators
Death - to late?
Schooling
Birth
  • We have
  • Reliable info on child health/nutrition/mortality
  • A lot of data related to education
  • and
  • Huge data gap on ECD

6
Improved Early Childhood Development Module
  • Children 0-4 years old
  • Additional focus on 3 and 4 year-olds
  • Questions to assess
  • Supportive learning environment
  • (Inadequate) Care
  • Caregivers support for early learning
  • Access to early education
  • Early childhood development

7
Supportive Learning Environment Questions
EC1.
EC2.
8
Supportive Learning Environment Indicators
  • 6.3 Learning materials childrens books
  • Numerator Number of children under age 5 who
    have three or more childrens books
  • Denominator Total number of children under age 5
  • 6.4 Learning materials playthings
  • Numerator Number of children under age 5 with
    two or more playthings
  • Denominator Total number of children under age 5

9
(Inadequate) care questions
EC3.
10
(Inadequate) care Indicator
  • 6.5 Inadequate care
  • Numerator Number of children under age 5 left
    alone or in the care of another child younger
    than 10 years of age for more than one hour at
    least once in the past week
  • Denominator Total number of children under age 5

11
Attendance to early childhood education questions
EC5.
EC6.
12
Attendance to early childhood education
Indicators
  • 6.7 Attendance to early childhood education
  • Numerator Number of children age 36-59 months
    who are attending an early childhood education
    programme
  • Denominator Total number of children age 36-59
    months

13
Support for early learning questions
14
Support for early learning Indicators
  • 6.1 Support for learning
  • Numerator Number of children age 36-59 months
    with whom an adult has engaged in four or more
    activities to promote learning and school
    readiness in the past 3 days
  • Denominator Total number of children under age
    36-59 months
  • 6.2 Fathers support for learning
  • Numerator Number of children age 36-59 months
    whose father has engaged in one or more
    activities to promote learning and school
    readiness in the past 3 days
  • Denominator Total number of children age 36-59
    months

15
The Early Child Development Index
  • Preparatory work compilation of relevant items
  • Validity testing in Philippines and Jordan
  • Part of MICS4 Pilot in Mombasa, Kenya

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A tool to assess
  • Literacy/numeracy

Social/emotional
  • Learning

17
Literacy Numeracy Domain
  • Recognising letters
  • Recognising numbers from 1 to 10
  • Reading simple, popular words

18
ECDI Questions EC8-10
19
Physical Domain
  • Motor skills being able to manipulate objects
  • Freedom of frequent illness

20
ECDI Questions EC11-12
21
Learning Domain
  • Ability to follow simple directions
  • Being able to occupy himself/herself independently

22
ECDI Questions EC13-14
23
2-3) Maturity
Social Emotional Domain
  • Ability to get along with other children
  • Not being physically aggressive with other
    children
  • Ability to focus and concentrate without getting
    easily distracted

24
ECDI Questions EC15-17
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ECDI Indicator
  • 6.6 Early Childhood Development Index
  • Numerator Number of children age 36-59 months
    who are developmentally on track in
    literacy-numeracy, physical, socio-emotional, and
    learning domains
  • Denominator Total number of children age 36-59
    months
  • ECDI percentage of children who are
    developmentally on track in at least three of the
    four component domains

26
Methodological issues
  • All questions contributing to the indicator need
    to stay
  • Careful translation needed
  • Details in the Manual
  • Technical assistance available (free of charge)

27
Programmatic Policy Implications
  • Understanding of child development
  • Put the child development high on political
    agenda
  • Indicators will improve countries abilities to
    (1) set the targets (2) allocate resources (3)
    monitor progress and ensure accountability
  • Investment with long lasting effects improved
    family care practices, stimulating environment,
    improved child wellbeing

28
Vision of ECD
All children should be physically healthy,
mentally alert, socially competent, emotionally
sound and ready to learn (World Fit For
Children) Now we can measure it!
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Prepared by
Magdalena Janus Offord Centre for Child Studies,
McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada janusm_at_mcmas
ter.ca Oliver Petrovic Early Childhood
Development Unit, PDO UNICEF New
York opetrovic_at_unicef.org
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