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Jordan Global School-Based Student Health Survey 2004


General Info
Jordan (JOR)
Coverage type 
Time period covered 
05/2004 - 05/2004
Data type
  • Cross-sectional
  • Individual
  • Interview

The Global School-Based Health Survey was designed to provide accurate data on health behaviors and protective factors among students, including dietary behaviors, hygiene, physical activity, drug and alcohol use, and violence and unintentional injury. It is often used to help countries develop priorities, establish programs and advocate for resources for school health programs, policies and youth health.

In Jordan, a two-stage cluster sample design was used to create a representative sample of students grades 8-10. The school response rate was 100%, while the student response rate was 95%, with a total of 2,457 students from 26 schools participating in the survey.
Suggested citation 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Ministry of Education (Jordan), Ministry of Health (Jordan), World Health Organization (WHO). Jordan Global School-Based Student Health Survey 2004. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO).