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In Jordan, the 2008 Population and Family Health Survey revealed that one in three ever-married women aged 15-49 years reported being subjected to physical violence, while 21% of women surveyed in the Family Health Survey carried out in Iraq reported exposure to physical violence.
In Jordan, the 2008 Population and Family Health Survey revealed that one in three ever-married women aged 15-49 years reported being subjected to physical violence, while 21 per cent of women surveyed in the Family Health Survey carried out in Iraq reported exposure to physical violence.
10 (Petra) - The Higher Population Council in cooperation with the ICF international on Sunday started a two -week training workshop on the "Analysis of trends based on the results of the Population and Family Health Surveys in Jordan.
Analysis of the state-wise 2004-05 National Sample survey and the 2005-06 National Family Health Survey data led to the conclusion that the most important causes of Malnutrition in India was the abysmal state of 'Public Health' in terms of sanitation, Pure drinking water and public knowledge about the importance of cleanliness and nutrition.
Other groups expressed concern that the search for discreet care will slow efforts to lower the country's teen pregnancy rate, which increased by 65% from 2000-2010, according to the government's most recent Family Health Survey.
Using data from India's 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey, Sanjukta Chaudhuri found that women with more sons than daughters were generally less likely than those with more daughters than sons to have another child; parity progression driven by a desire for sons accounted for 7% of births [page 1781.
Linkages between three dimensions of deprivation education, wealth and health -and access to maternal health services, were analysed on data from a sample of 87,129 ever-married women included in the 2005-6 Indian National Family Health Survey.
According to results of Family Health survey 2010, the total fertility rate in the Palestinian Territory had declined to 4.