Reproductive Health Surveys
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CDC assists countries throughout the world with developing, implementing, and analyzing large national reproductive health surveys that provide high quality, population-based data about reproductive health indicators. Each country's needs guide the survey content.
Countries use data from these surveys to evaluate programs and interventions, assess reproductive health status, and develop policy. CDC’s assistance also builds capacity in the countries to conduct survey research independently.
Learn more about the survey technical assistance CDC provides, and find out how our survey team can assist your agency with large surveys.
View the table below to see what reports and datasets are available through either -
- the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s Global Health Data Exchange (GHDx) or;
- through the Measure DHS StatCompiler
The country reports can be found in the following series
- Reproductive Health Survey (RHS) and the Young Adult Reproductive Health Surveys (YARHS).
- Some publications may be available on the USAID Development Experience Clearinghouse.
- Older RHS survey reports, including those that are out of print, are now available to view on the CDC Stacks Web site.
- In addition, two comparative reports are available for download below.
- Page last reviewed: February 22, 2016
- Page last updated: February 24, 2016
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