Population & Family Health
The Population and Family Health Survey (PFHS) is conducted in order to provide data for monitoring the health and demographic situation in Jordan. The Department carried out 4 previous surveys of its kind within a series of health and demographic surveys, and the fifth survey is being carried out in the Kingdom.
The PFHS aims to provide up-to-date information on reproduction, family planning, child and infant mortality, child nutrition, maternal and child health as well as data on the knowledge extent about the HIV / AIDS and associated behavior in addition to domestic violence and early childhood development.
- Characteristics of the Respondents
- Fertility Preferences
- Family Planning
- Infant and Child Mortality
- Maternal Care
- Immunization and Child Health
- Infant Feeding Practices
- Nutritional Status of Children
- Knowledge of HIV/AIDS
- Birth Registration
The survey is conducted every 5 years, and a detailed electronic and paper publication is issued at the end of the survey.
Summary of the results of the Population and Family Health Survey 2017-2018 (4.55 MB)
Family Health Bulletin 2017-2018 (18.62 MB)
Family Health Bulletin 2012 (772 KB)
Family Health Bulletin 2009 (2.41 MB)