National Family Health Survey, 2019-21 (NFHS-5)

The NHFS-5 findings comprises of detailed information on key domains of population, health and family welfare and associated domains like characteristics of the population, fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, maternal and child health, nutrition and anemia, morbidity and healthcare, women’s empowerment etc. Some key findings of the survey reveal 45% women and 44% men believe a husband is justified in beating his wife in 7 circumstances, 77% of women stay silent about domestic violence episodes and the country's overall fertility falls below the replacement level.

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 2021

National Family Health Survey, 2019-21 (NFHS-5)

The NHFS-5 findings comprises of detailed information on key domains of population, health and family welfare and associated domains like characteristics of the population, fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, maternal and child health, nutrition and anemia, morbidity and healthcare, women’s empowerment etc. Some key findings of the survey reveal 45% women and 44% men believe a husband is justified in beating his wife in 7 circumstances, 77% of women stay silent about domestic violence episodes and the country's overall fertility falls below the replacement level.

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 2021

National Family Health Survey, 2019-21 (NFHS-5)

The NHFS-5 findings comprises of detailed information on key domains of population, health and family welfare and associated domains like characteristics of the population, fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, maternal and child health, nutrition and anemia, morbidity and healthcare, women’s empowerment etc. Some key findings of the survey reveal 45% women and 44% men believe a husband is justified in beating his wife in 7 circumstances, 77% of women stay silent about domestic violence episodes and the country's overall fertility falls below the replacement level.

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 2021