Central Data Catalog
Population and Family Health Survey 1990
Department of Statistics (DOS)
July 06, 2017
July 06, 2017
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Levels and trends of contraceptive use as assessed in 2002
World population monitoring 2003: Population, education and development
New York, USA: UN, 2004.
?alal, Basma Bint.
Rethinking an NGO: development, donors and civil society in Jordan
: I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd, 2004.
Trends in under-5 mortality rates and the HIV/AIDS epidemic
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78, no. 10 (2000): 1200-1206.
Almasarweh S, Issa.
Adolescent and youth reproductive heath in Jordan: Status, issues, policies and programs
Washington, DC, USA: POLICY, 2003.
Anderson G, Kermyt.
Life expectancy and the timing of life history events in developing countries
Human Nature 21, no. 2 (2010): 103-123.
Blanc, Ann K, Siân L Curtis, and Trevor N Croft.
Monitoring contraceptive continuation: links to fertility outcomes and quality of care
Studies in Family Planning 33, no. 2 (2002): 127-140.
Blanc, Ann K, and Tessa Wardlaw.
Monitoring low birth weight: an evaluation of international estimates and an updated estimation procedure
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 83, no. 3 (2005): 178-185d.
Bloom, David, Elizabeth Cafiero, Mark McGovern, Klaus Prettner, Anderson Stanciole, Jonathan Weiss, Samuel Bakkila, and Larry Rosenberg.
The economic impact of non-communicable disease in China and India: Estimates, projections, and comparisons
IZA DP No. 7563 (2013).
Boerma, J. Ties, and George Stroh.
Using survey data to assess neonatal tetanus mortality levels and trends in developing countries
Demography 30, no. 3 (1993): 459-475.
Boerma, J.T., K.I. Weinstein, S.O. Rutstein, and A.E. Sommerfelt.
Data on birth weight in developing countries: can surveys help?
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 74, no. 2 (1996): 209.
Fertility transitions in developing countries: progress or stagnation?
Studies in Family Planning 39, no. 2 (2008): 105-110.
The causes of stalling fertility transitions
Policy Research Division Working Paper (2005).
Bosch-Capblanch, Xavier, K Banerjee, and A Burton.
There are children not receiving a single dose of any vaccine: from ‘data to policy’in immunisation and health systems. Data quality and socio-economic determinants of unvaccination in low-and middle-income countries
AMC-University van Amsterdam, 2012.
Bosch-Capblanch, Xavier, K Banerjee, and A Burton.
Unvaccinated children in years of increasing coverage: how many and who are they? Evidence from 96 low-and middle-income countries
Tropical Medicine & International Health 17, no. 6 (2012): 697-710.
Brockerhoff, Martin, and Ellen Brennan.
The poverty of cities in developing regions
Population and Development Review 24, no. 1 (1998): 75-114.
Buekens, P., A. Tsui, M. Kotelchuck, and J. Degraft-Johnson.
Tetanus immunization and prenatal care in developing countries
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 48, no. 1 (1995): 91-94.
Bulatao A, Rodolfo.
Key indicators for family planning projects
Washington DC, USA: World Bank Publications, 1995.
Camlin, Carol, and Ines Escandon.
Contraceptive sterilization: Global issues and trends
Chapter 2: Sterilization incidence and prevalence (2002).
Corsi, Daniel, Melissa Neuman, Jocelyn Finlay, and S V Subramanian.
Demographic and health surveys: a profile
International journal of epidemiology 41, no. 6 (2012): 1602-1613.
How young is “too young”? Comparative perspectives on adolescent sexual, marital, and reproductive transitions
Studies in Family Planning 39, no. 4 (2008): 247-262.
El-Qaderi, Saleh, and Nouf Al-Omari.
Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of family planning among currently married women in Jordan Badia
International Quarterly of Community Health Education 20, no. 2 (2001): 171-191.
Fink, Gunther, Isabel Gunther, and Kenneth Hill.
Water, sanitation and child health - Evidence from the Demographic and Health Surveys 1986-2007
Finlay, Jocelyn E, Emre Ozaltin, and David Canning.
The association of maternal age with infant mortality, child anthropometric failure, diarrhoea and anaemia for first births: evidence from 55 low-and middle-income countries
BMJ Open 1, no. 2 (2011).
Forsberg, Birger C, Max G Petzold, Goran Tomson, and Peter Allebeck.
Diarrhoea case management in low-and middle-income countries: an unfinished agenda
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 85, no. 1 (2007): 42-48.
Goujon, Anne, and Wolfgang Lutz.
The end of world population growth in the 21st century. New challenges for human capital formation and sustainable development
Future human capital: population projections by level of education (2004).
Gunther, Isabel, and Gunther Fink.
Water, sanitation and children's health: evidence from 172 DHS surveys
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper (2010).
Hilber, Adriane M, Xavier Bosch-Capblanch, Christian Schindler, Lise Beck, Florence Sécula, Oran McKenzie, Sara Gari, Christina Stuckli, and Sonja Merten.
Gender and immunisation
Basel, Switzerland: Swiss Centre for International Health, 2010.
Hopstock, Paul, Ann Sherpick, and Carla Briceno.
Providers and consumers of commercial family planning services in developing countries
Arlington, USA: The PROFIT Project, 1997.
Hundt L, Gillian.
Reflections on women’s unpaid health work
Gender, health, and healing: the public/private divide (2002).
Johnston, Heidi B, and Kenneth H Hill.
Induced abortion in the developing world: indirect estimates
International Family Planning Perspectives 22, no. 3 (1996): 108-137.
Karim S, Mehtab.
Reproductive behavior in Muslim countries
DHS Working Papers (1997).
Khawaja, M, N Choueiry, and R Jurdi.
Hospital-based caesarean section in the Arab region: an overview
Eastern Mediterranean health journal= La revue de sante de la Mediterranee orientale= al-Majallah al-sihhiyah li-sharq al-mutawassit 15, no. 2 (2009): 458.
Kreider, Amanda, David Shapiro, Catherine Varner, and Malika Sinha.
Socioeconomic progress and fertility transition in the developing world: Evidence from the Demographic and Health Surveys*
University Park, USA: Pennsylvania State University , 2009.
Kridli, S., and K. Libbus.
Contraception in Jordan: a cultural and religious perspective
International Nursing Review 48, no. 3 (2001): 144-151.
Lewando-Hundt, G., I. Shoham-Vardi, S. Beckerleg, I. Belmaker, F. Kassem, and A.A. Jaafar.
Knowledge, action and resistance: the selective use of pre-natal screening among Bedouin women of the Negev, Israel
Social Science & Medicine 52, no. 4 (2001): 561-569.
Lopez, Alan D, Joshua Salomon, Omar Ahmad, Christopher J Murray, and Doris Mafat.
Life tables for 191 countries: data, methods and results
GPE Discussion Paper Series (WHO) (2001).
Lutz, Wolfgang, Warren C Sanderson, Sergei Scherbov, Brian C O'Neill, Anne Goujon, Paulina K Makinwa-Abedsoye, Georges Reniers, Gui-Ying Cao, and F Landis MacKellar.
The end of world population growth in the 21st century: new challenges for human capital formation and sustainable development
Contraceptive practices among Palestinian refugee women using the UNRWA MCH centre at Nuzha, Jordan
Eastern Mediterranean health journal 4, no. 1 (1998): 27-35.
Women who practice Islam vary widely in reproductive attitudes and behaviors
International Family Planning Perspectives 25, no. 1 (1999).
Mathers, Colin D, Christina Bernard, Kim M Iburg, Mie Inoue, Doris Ma Fat, Kenji Shibuya, Claudia Stein, Niels Tomijima, and Hongyi Xu.
Global burden of disease in 2002: data sources, methods and results
Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy Discussion Paper (2003).
Mathur, Sanyuka, Margaret Greene, and Anju Malhotra.
Too young to wed: The lives, rights, and health of young married girls
: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), 2003.
Pelletier, David L, and Edward A Frongillo.
Changes in child survival are strongly associated with changes in malnutrition in developing countries
The Journal of nutrition 133, no. 1 (2003): 107.
Rajaratnam, Julie K, Linda N Tran, Alan D Lopez, and Christopher J Murray.
Measuring under-five mortality: validation of new low-cost methods
PLoS medicine 7, no. 4 (2010): e1000.
Rashad, Hoda, and Zeinab Khadr.
The demography of the Arab region: new challenges and opportunities
Cairo, Egypt: The American Univeristy in Cairo, 2002.
Survey report: Jordan
Population today 19, no. 12 (1991): 4.
Ruel, Marie T, James L Garrett, Saul S Morris, Daniel Maxwell, Arne Oshaug, Patrice Engle, Purnima Menon, Alison Slack, and Lawrence Haddad.
Urban challenges to food and nutrition security: A review of food security, health, and caregiving in the cities
Food Consumption and Nutrition Division Discussion Paper (1998).
Schady, Norbert, and Marc F Smitz.
Aggregate economic shocks and infant mortality: New evidence for middle-income countries
Washington, DC, USA: The World Bank, 2009.
Shah, Nasra M, Makhdoom A Shah, and Zoran Radovanovic.
Patterns of desired fertility and contraceptive use in Kuwait
International Family Planning Perspectives 24, no. 3 (1998): 133-138.
Shakhatreh M, Farouk.
Contraceptive use in Jordan
Saudi medical journal 22, no. 6 (2001): 512-515.
Shapiro, David, Amanda Kreider, Catherine Varner, and Malika Sinha.
Stalling of fertility transitions and socioeconomic change in the developing world: evidence from the demographic and health surveys
36th Chaire Quetelet, Annual Symposium in Demography.
Louvain la Neuve, Belgium, November, 2010.
Singh, Susheela, and Renee Samara.
Early marriage among women in developing countries
International family planning perspectives (1996).
Slack T, Alison.
Food and nutrition security data on the World Wide Web
Washington DC, USA: International Food Policy Research Institute, 1999.
Spierings, Niels, Jeroen Smits, and Mieke Verloo.
Two myths about contextual effects on Middle Eastern women’s employment: a multilevel analysis of trends in Egypt and Jordan
Nijmegen Center for Economics (NiCE) (2008).
First cousin marriages and marital relationships in Egypt, Jordan, Turkey and Yemen
25th International Population Conference of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.
Tours, France, 2005.
Verma, Vijay, and Thanh Le.
An analysis of sampling errors for the Demographic and Health Surveys
International Statistical Review 64, no. 3 (1996): 265-294.
Determinants of child mortality in LDCs: Empirical findings from demographic and health surveys
Health Policy 65, no. 3 (2003): 277-299.
Determinants of child mortality in low-income countries: Empirical findings from Demographic and Health Surveys
Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 2002.
Health outcomes in low-income countries and policy implications: Empirical findings from demographic and health surveys
: World Bank, Environment Dept., 2002.
Health outcomes in poor countries and policy options: Empirical findings from Demographic and Health Surveys
World Bank Policy Research Papers (2002).
Westoff, Charles F, and Akinrinola Bankole.
The potential demographic significance of unmet need
International Family Planning Perspectives 22, no. 1 (1996): 16-20.
Xu, Ke, Priyanka Saksena, and David B Evans.
Health financing and access to effective interventions
World Heath Report Background Paper (2010).
Zou’bi, Abdallah, Poedjastoeti Poedjastoeti, and Mohamed Ayad.
Jordan population and family health survey, 1990
Amman, Jordan: Department of Statistics (1992).
Zurayk, H., H. Sholkamy, N. Younis, and H. Khattab.
Women's health problems in the Arab World: A holistic policy perspective
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 58, no. 1 (1997): 13-21.