MICS Punjab 2007-08 was conducted with enhancing scope from District level to Tehsil (sub-district) level on the demand of district representatives. MICS had a total sample size of 6,368 PSUs and 91,280 Secondary Sampling Units (SSUs) (households) to provide estimates on more than 70 indicators for the province, area of residence (major cities, other urban and rural), 9 divisions, 35 districts and 143 tehsils/towns. Results are also available by gender, background characteristics, wealth index, and in some cases, by age groups. The survey reports were published in 36 volumes with the first one comprising the main report & technical appendices and 35 volumes, one for each district, presenting tehsil results. MICS was designed and implemented by the BOS Punjab with the technical collaboration of UNICEF. MICS Punjab 2007-08 allowed the provincial government and districts to gauge and monitor their respective status of human and social development with precise data on a variety of key indicators. It has assisted the decision-makers to move towards new avenues of human and social development.