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Source: UIS Data Centre | UNESCO Institute for Statistics

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Reference AreaTime PeriodSexAge groupUnits of measurementObservation Value
Jordan1975FemaleNot applicablePercent39.81692
Jordan1976FemaleNot applicablePercent40.71967
Jordan1977FemaleNot applicablePercent41.50619
Jordan1978FemaleNot applicablePercent42.10411
Jordan1979FemaleNot applicablePercent43.22812
Jordan1980FemaleNot applicablePercent44.33545
Jordan1981FemaleNot applicablePercent44.6833
Jordan1982FemaleNot applicablePercent45.81354
Jordan1983FemaleNot applicablePercent46.10104
Jordan1984FemaleNot applicablePercent46.48621
Jordan1985FemaleNot applicablePercent46.77526
Jordan1986FemaleNot applicablePercent47.61237
Jordan1987FemaleNot applicablePercent47.64547
Jordan1988FemaleNot applicablePercent48.15302
Jordan1989FemaleNot applicablePercent47.9086
Jordan1990FemaleNot applicablePercent47.79626
Jordan1991FemaleNot applicablePercent48.02774
Jordan1992FemaleNot applicablePercent49.41114
Jordan1993FemaleNot applicablePercent49.85582
Jordan1994FemaleNot applicablePercent49.79756
Jordan1996FemaleNot applicablePercent49.37464
Jordan1999FemaleNot applicablePercent49.43075
Jordan2000FemaleNot applicablePercent49.47535
Jordan2002FemaleNot applicablePercent49.37975
Jordan2003FemaleNot applicablePercent49.34988
Jordan2004FemaleNot applicablePercent49.15507
Jordan2005FemaleNot applicablePercent49.24131
Jordan2006FemaleNot applicablePercent49.4566
Jordan2007FemaleNot applicablePercent49.53059
Jordan2008FemaleNot applicablePercent49.62761
Jordan2010FemaleNot applicablePercent50.02888
Jordan2011FemaleNot applicablePercent50.08952
Jordan2012FemaleNot applicablePercent49.96562

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