Central Data Catalog
Interim Demographic and Health Survey 2009
Department of Statistics (DoS)
July 06, 2017
July 06, 2017
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Al Nsour, M., Gh. Al Kayyali, and S. Naffa.
Overweight and Obesity among Jordanian Women and their Social Determinants
Eastern MediterraneanHealth Journal 19, no. 12 (2013): 1014-1019.
The Jordanian Labour Market in the New Millennium
United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2014.
Using Ordinal Variables to Measure Multidimensional Poverty in Two South Mediterranean Countries
Gharaibeh, Muntaha, Arwa Oweis, Farouk M Shakhatreh, and Erika S Froelicher.
Factors associated with contraceptive use among Jordanian Muslim women: Implications for health and social policy
Journal of International Women’s Studies 12, no. 3 (2011): 168.
Hijazi H, Heba.
Factors Affecting Contraceptive Use among Women of Reproductive Age in Northern Jordan: a Framework for Health Policy Action
Doctor of Philosophy, Oregon State University, 2012.
Kamhawi, Sarah, Carol Underwood, Huda Murad, and Bushra Jabre.
Client-Centered Counseling Improves Client Satisfaction with Family Planning Visits:Evidence from Irbid, Jordan
Global Health: Science and Practice 1, no. 2 (2013): 137-140.
Mosites, Emily, Rob Hackleman, Kristoffer L M. Weum, Jillian Pintye, Lisa E Manhart, and Stephen E Hawes.
Jordan ORS Case Study
Underwood, Carol, Sarah Kamhawi , and Ahmad Nofal.
Religious Leaders Gain Ground in the Jordanian Family-Planning Movement
International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (2013).