Jordan - Population and Family Health Survey 2002

Department of Statistics (DoS)
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"This report was designed to provide information on levels and trends of fertility, fertility preferences, infant and child mortality, and family planning. The survey also gathered information on breastfeeding, maternal and child health care, knowledge of HIV/AIDS, as well as the characteristics of households and household members. Anthropometry measurements and blood samples for anemia testing were collected from women and children under five. The objective of this report is to provide up-to-date information to program managers and policy makers to evaluate and improve existing programs. This survey serves as a nationally representative survey in which 7,825 households and a total of 6,006 ever-married women between the ages of 15 and 49 were successfully interviewed. The survey was fielded between July and September 2002. This survey is the third in a series of Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) in Jordan carried out by the Department of Statistics.

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