jordan is a tiny middle eastern country with poor natural resources and limited fresh water supplies even it is considered one of the 10 most water stressed countries worldwide who 2006 jordans population has largely enlarged over the last decade from 5.32 in 2004 to 6.10 in 2010 and jumped to 10.29 million in 2018 who 2006; musa t. ajlouni 2010; department of statistics 2017 literacy rate in jordan increased from 90 in 2005 to 93 in 2010 who 2006; musa t. ajlouni 2010 life expectancy rate increased from 71.4 in 2004 to 73.0 in 2010 with little difference in relation to gender musa t. ajlouni 2010; who 2006 health system in jordan is considered as one of the most modern systems in the region who 2006 the main components of the complex health system in jordan are public sector private sector and donors. the public sector is composed of three main divisions: ministry of health moh royal medical services rms and university-based programs including jordan university hospital juh in amman and king abdullah hospital kah in irbid who 2006 since jordan is hosting massive number of syrian iraqi and palestinian refugees; health services are provided to refugees by moh and rmh beside several donors such as united nations relief works agency unrwa which runs mostly community health centers that provide comprehensive health care to eligible refugee population including preventive curative and family planning services musa t. ajlouni 2010 the following chart shows the organization of jordanian health system. in 2010 the budget of jordanian moh consumed around 7.9% jd 460.1 million of the governments general budget. the 53.1% of the total governments health expenditures in 2008 which were spent on moh represents only 25.8 percent of national expenditures on health musa t. ajlouni 2010 jordanian moh is being financed mainly through government budget 76% insurance premiums from civil health insurance enrollees 11% and the rest through user charges and donors musa t. ajlouni 2010
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