National survey on health, well-being and service use among foreign-born population (MoniSuomi)

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The MoniSuomi survey aims to produce information on the health, well-being, and social and healthcare service use among the foreign-born population living in Finland. The information gathered will help to measure and evaluate the well-being of the foreign-born population in Finland. In addition, the survey results can be used in developing services that promote the population’s health and well-being in the changing world.

The MoniSuomi survey is a part of the Healthy Finland population study. The information provided by the MoniSuomi survey will help in promoting equality for foreign-born population in Finland.
Read more about Healthy Finland Survey.

The use of population studies as a way of promoting health and welfare is a long-standing Finnish tradition. By participating in the survey, you become a part of this tradition.

Contact information

E-mail: monisuomi(at)

Funded and supported by

The MoniSuomi survey is supported and funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland, the Centre of Expertise in Immigrant Integration and the cities of Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Turku and EU’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).