LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

Suriname Trinidad and Tobago Costa Rica Belize Jamaica Barbados St Lucia
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Barbados
 
2011
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Prepared the sample design for MICS 4, and ran a short workshop on sampling for staff of the Barbados Statistical Service.
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Belize
 
2010 
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS)UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Prepared the sample design for MICS 4, and ran a short workshop on sampling for staff of the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) and staff from the Ministries of Health and Human Development.
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Costa Rica
 
2010
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS)UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Worked with staff of the statistics office (INEC) and the Ministry of Health to design a sample for MICS 4.
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Jamaica
 
2010
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Prepared the sample design for MICS 4, and ran a 3-day workshop on sampling for staff of STATIN.
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St Lucia
 
2011 
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Assisted in preparing the sampling frame for MICS4, and gave a workshop on sampling for the MICS Technical Committee. Later provided advice on how to draw the sample.
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Suriname
 
2011
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Provided advice to the Institute of Social Science Research (IMWO) and the General Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on estimating the level of non-response in MICS 4 and on calculating weights.
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Trinidad & Tobago
 
2010 
Regional sampling specialist for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) UNICEF (TACRO, Panama City)

Gave advice on a suitable sample design for MICS 4.
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