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CASTRO, Filipa de et al. Methodological bases and implementation results of Mexico's National Survey of Children and Women 2015. Salud pública Méx [online]. 2016, vol.58, n.6, pp.676-684. ISSN 0036-3634.


To describe the methodology and the implementation survey results from National Survey of Children and Women Mexico's (ENIM 2015).

Materials and methods:

The ENIM 2015 is a probability survey with multistage, stratified and cluster sample, with regional, rural and urban strata, and indigenous population representation.We applied questionnaires to get information from the household, women aged 15 to 49 years, children under five years and children and adolescents aged 5-17 years.


The response rate for households and women was 94%, obtaining information from 10 760 households and 12 110 women; while for children and adolescents and children under five years was 98%, 11 607 and 8 066, respectively.


The ENIM 2015 probabilistic design allows generate indicators that can be stratified into five regions, rural and urban strata and from indigenous population, as well as a baseline for 15 indicators of the ODS.

Keywords : survey; children; women; health; nutrition; child development; Mexico.

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