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open this document and view contents01. Reducing Maternal Mortality in a Context of Poverty (Wim Van Lerberghe, Vincent De Brouwere; 6 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents02. Of Blind Alleys and Things that Have Worked: History’s Lessons on Reducing Maternal Mortality (Wim Van Lerberghe, Vincent De Brouwere; 28 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents03. What Is the Evidence for the Role of Antenatal Care Strategies in the Reduction of Maternal Mortality and Morbidity? (Per Bergsjø; 20 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents04. Micronutrients and Pregnancy Outcome (Patrick W Kolsteren, Sonia de Souza; 22 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents05. The role of Traditional Birth Attendants in the Reduction of Maternal Mortality (Staffan Bergström, Elizabeth Goodburn; 20 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents06. Can Skilled Attendance at Delivery Reduce Maternal Mortality in Developing Countries? (Wendy J Graham, Jacqueline S Bell, Colin HW Bullough; 34 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents07. Health Professionals for Maternity Services: Experiences on Covering the Population with Quality Maternity Care (Marga Kowalewski, Albrecht Jahn; 20 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents08. Maternal Mortality and Unsafe Abortion: A Heavy Burden for Developing Countries (Patrick Fernand Thonneau; 24 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents09. Appropriate Obstetric Technologies to Deal with Maternal Complications (Staffan Bergström; 20 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents10. Over-medicalisation of Maternal Care in Developing Countries (Pierre Buekens; 12 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents11. What is the Evidence for the Role of Audits to Improve the Quality of Obstetric Care (Carine Ronsmans; 22 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents12. Referral in Pregnancy and Childbirth: Concepts and Strategies (Albrecht Jahn, Vincent De Brouwere; 18 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents13. What is the Cost of Maternal Health Care and How Can it Be Financed? (Josephine Borghi; 50 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents14. A Global Picture of Poor-rich Differences in the Utilisation of Delivery Care (Anton E Kunst, Tanja Houweling; 20 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents15. How Can We Monitor Progress Towards Improved Maternal Health? (Carine Ronsmans; 26 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents16. Is There a Case for Privatising Reproductive Health? Patchy Evidence and Much Wishful Thinking (Paulo Ferrinho, Ana Margarida Bugalho, Wim Van Lerberghe; 28 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents17. Maternal Health and Health Sector Reform: Opportunities and Challenges (Marilyn Mc Donagh, Elizabeth Goodburn; 16 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents18. Cautious Champions: International Agency Efforts to Get Safe Motherhood onto the Agenda (Carla AbouZahr; 28 pages) [PDF]
open this document and view contents19. What Are Maternal Health Policies in Developing Countries and Who Drives Them? A Review of the Last Half-century (Oona MR Campbell; 34 pages) [PDF]

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