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2003, Health, nutrition, and population series, ISBN 0821353926, xiv, 132
Why do mothers have to die? Using case studies, research and analysis from 7 countries, this study identifies 6 factors necessary for the successful reduction... 
Mothers | Maternal health services | Mortality | Developing countries | STD | TETANUS | DELIVERY CARE | HEALTH PROGRAMS | POSTPARTUM PERIOD | FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES | HEALTH SECTOR | BIRTHING CENTERS | MATERNAL HEALTH CARE | NURSES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | MIDWIVES | OBSTETRIC EMERGENCIES | MOTHERS | DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS | HEALTH PROVIDERS | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE | OBSTETRIC HOSPITALS | PRIVATE SECTOR | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | QUALITY CONTROL | SAFE MOTHERHOOD | MEDICAL SUPPLIES | MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CARE | HEALTH SYSTEMS | PRIVATE CLINICS | PREGNANCY | HEALTH SERVICES | NUTRITION | HEALTH CARE FINANCING | MORTALITY | PUBLIC HEALTH | PATIENTS | HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS | RISK FACTORS | HOSPITALS | FAMILY HEALTH | MEDICAL PERSONNEL | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME | RISK ASSESSMENT | PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS | DRUGS | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | INTERVENTION | REFERRAL HOSPITALS | HEALTH POLICY | BIRTHS | LIVE BIRTHS | MATERNAL DEATH | HEALTH TRAINING | CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE RATE | MATERNAL MORTALITY | CLINICS | CHILD HEALTH | MCH | ANTENATAL CARE | WORKERS MATERNAL MORTALITY | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CENTERS | HOSPITAL BIRTHS | HEALTH OUTCOMES | SURGERY | NATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING COUNCIL | HYGIENE | MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH | SAFETY | MATERNAL HEALTH | FAMILIES | MANAGERS | HEALTH | REPRODUCTIVE AGE | MODERN CONTRACEPTION | HEALTH FACILITY | BABIES | PEER REVIEW | HEALTH SYSTEM | MATERNITY CARE | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | FEMALE PATIENTS | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | MIDWIFERY | TOTAL FERTILITY RATE | HEALTH FACILITIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | EXPENDITURES | SERVICE DELIVERY MODELS | CASE STUDIES | DOCTORS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | TRAINED MIDWIFE | TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS | BIRTH ATTENDANTS | BIRTHRATE | OBSTETRIC CARE | FAMILY PLANNING | MATERNAL DEATHS | CHILDBIRTH | HEALTH CARE | EPIDEMIOLOGY | CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE
Book
International Journal of Epidemiology, ISSN 0300-5771, 06/2006, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 706 - 718
Journal Article
2011, ISBN 0821387332, xiii, 173
The report is organized around three chapters, in addition to this overview, each one dealing with an excluded group: Scheduled Tribe (ST), Scheduled Caste... 
India Economic conditions | Poverty | Marginality, Social | India Social conditions | LACK OF FINANCE | POLITICAL PARTIES | LABOR MARKETS | TETANUS | SERVICE DELIVERY | VILLAGES | PUBLIC ARENA | WASTE | HEALTH SECTOR | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | EDUCATED MEN | PUBLIC POLICY | SEX OF THE CHILD | EARNINGS | SOCIAL PROTECTION MECHANISMS | LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES | PREGNANCY | NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS | GENDER GAP | FIRST CHILD | POLLUTION | EARLY CHILDHOOD | URBAN AREAS | MORTALITY | FEMALE LABOR FORCE | EARLY CHILDHOOD MORTALITY | LACK OF INFORMATION | SEX | VULNERABILITY | FAMILY HEALTH | FEMALE CHILDREN | FERTILITY | MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES | DECISION MAKING | PACE OF DECLINE | SCREENING | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | ENHANCING WOMEN | LIVE BIRTHS | POPULATION REFERENCE BUREAU | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | ELDERLY PERSONS | INDIGENOUS PEOPLES | CHILD HEALTH | STRUCTURAL INEQUALITIES | ACCESS TO MARKETS | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | GENDER INEQUALITIES | HOUSEHOLDS | SOCIAL MOBILITY | PRIMARY EDUCATION | HEALTH OUTCOMES | AGE OF MARRIAGE | INTERNATIONAL BANK | GUARANTEE SCHEME | SELF-EMPLOYMENT | RURAL WOMEN | MATERNAL HEALTH | INNOVATION | DISCRIMINATION | FAMILIES | FAMILY FARMS | DISABILITY | INFANT | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | CHILDBEARING | LACK OF CREDIT | HEALTH SYSTEM | TABOO | EQUAL ACCESS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR MARKET | DISABLED | VILLAGE | HUSBANDS | REGISTRATION SYSTEM | HIGH CHILD MORTALITY | DEVELOPMENT BANK | SOCIAL INEQUALITY | EDUCATION LEVELS | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | STATE SUPPORT | GENDER INEQUALITY | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | EXPERIENCED VIOLENCE | MEDICAL FACILITY | POLICY DOCUMENT | IMMUNIZATION | RURAL POPULATION | SURVIVAL ADVANTAGE | ETHNIC MINORITY | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | PROGRESS | SOCIAL SCIENCE | PENSIONS | MIGRATION | UNEQUAL ACCESS | ENDOWMENTS | IRON | POLITICAL DECISION | FAMILY PLANNING | POLICY RESEARCH | SOCIAL GROUP | POOR HEALTH | CHILDBIRTH | HEALTH CARE | SEX RATIOS | CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE | INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE | STATUS OF WOMEN | FERTILITY RATES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HOUSEHOLD DUTIES | IMPACT ON CHILDREN | YOUNG GIRLS | SUSTAINABLE GROWTH | CITIZENS | PRACTITIONERS | INFANT MORTALITY RATES | MEDICAL FACILITIES | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | INDIGENOUS PEOPLE | SURVIVAL RATE | GENDER EQUITY | ENROLLMENTS | ETHNIC GROUPS | SECONDARY SCHOOL | MINORITY | HOUSEHOLD RESPONSIBILITIES | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | PREFERENCE FOR SONS | LAWS | PUBLIC ATTENTION | DISSEMINATION | ECONOMIC CHANGE | PUBLIC HEALTH | RISK FACTORS | SELF-CONFIDENCE | CASUAL WORKERS | INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT | EXCESS MORTALITY | ISOLATION | CREDIT FACILITIES | SOCIAL SCIENCES | FEMINIST | AGED | FINANCIAL RESOURCES | CULTURAL PRACTICES | ENTREPRENEURS | IMPORTANT POLICY | UNEDUCATED WOMEN | MATERNAL DEATH | ELDERLY | MATERNAL MORTALITY | SOCIAL PROGRESS | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | ANTENATAL CARE | VULNERABILITY TO VIOLENCE | LEGAL STATUS | EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES | HEALTH CENTERS | CHILD MORTALITY RATES | SCHOOL STUDENTS | MEN WITH EDUCATION | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | SOCIAL MOVEMENTS | WOMAN | ENTREPRENEUR | DOWRY | RESPECT | EDUCATED WOMEN | EDUCATION FUND | POPULATION GROUPS | TRADITIONAL PRACTICES | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | EDUCATIONAL LEVEL | EDUCATIONAL LEVELS | PRENATAL CARE | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES | RURAL DEVELOPMENT | BABIES | ANTENATAL VISITS | EMPLOYERS | GENDER EQUALITY | LABOUR MARKET | SOCIAL NETWORKS | DECLINES IN MORTALITY | SON PREFERENCE | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | POOR ACCESS | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | URBAN CENTERS | BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS | AFFIRMATIVE ACTION | DISADVANTAGED GROUPS | OLD AGE | CHILD MORTALITY | HUMAN CAPITAL | SEX RATIO | GENDER RELATIONS | NATURAL RESOURCES | ABORTION | GENDER | NATIONAL COUNCIL | UNEMPLOYMENT | EQUALITY FOR WOMEN | FISCAL LOSS | MERCHANTS | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES | ECONOMIC SYSTEM | INFANT MORTALITY | ACCESS TO CREDIT | POLICY MAKERS | MATERNAL DEATHS | SOCIAL BARRIER
Book
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 10/2017, Volume 390, Issue 10106, pp. 1972 - 1980
Journal Article
2011, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821385517, Volume no. 216., xxii, 153
With an income per capita US$400 in 2008, Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world. Poverty is widespread but with significant urban-rural... 
Child Welfare | Nutrition | Delivery of Health Care | Madagascar Statistics, Medical | Medical care | Health status indicators | Malnutrition | Maternal Welfare | Population Dynamics | FLOW OF INFORMATION | NEWBORN | TETANUS | DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES | SERVICE DELIVERY | PHYSICIANS | NUMBER OF CHILDREN PER WOMAN | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | MARRIED WOMEN | ECONOMIC GROWTH | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE | CENSUSES | HEALTH SYSTEMS | PREGNANCY | HEALTH WORKERS | EARLY CHILDHOOD | NEONATAL CARE | HEALTH SERVICES | SKILLED STAFF | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | HOUSEHOLD ASSETS | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | CHILD NUTRITION | CHILD CARE | TUBERCULOSIS | LACK OF INFORMATION | HOSPITALS | SANITATION | FERTILITY | CONDOM | RAPID POPULATION GROWTH | NUMBER OF DEATHS | SOCIAL IMPACT | HEALTH POLICY | LIVE BIRTHS | TRANSPORTATION | POPULATION GROWTH | HEALTH INSURANCE | CLINICS | HEALTH PLANNING | CHILD HEALTH | BREAST-FEEDING | POPULATION MOMENTUM | DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | USER FEES | HEALTH OUTCOMES | HYGIENE | EXISTING RESOURCES | NEONATAL MORTALITY | MATERNAL HEALTH | INFANT MORTALITY RATE | MEDICINES | NATIONAL DRUG | HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS | MODERN CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS | COMPLICATIONS | HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | INFANT | PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITIES | CHILDBEARING | NATIONAL POLICY | HEALTH SYSTEM | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | HOSPITAL | QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE | NUMBER OF BIRTHS | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | POPULATION SECTOR | BABY | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | CONTRACEPTION | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | MIDWIFERY | IMMUNIZATION | RURAL POPULATION | HEALTH RISKS | PROGRESS | SOCIAL SERVICE | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | FERTILITY RATE | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | DEPENDENCY RATIO | PREVENTION ACTIVITIES | ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME | CONDOM USE | DECLINE IN FERTILITY | FAMILY PLANNING | POOR HEALTH | HEALTH CARE | SAFE WATER | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | HEALTH CARE ACCESS | BIRTH RATES | FERTILITY RATES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HEALTH INDICATORS | HOSPITAL BEDS | CITIZENS | EXTENDED FAMILIES | FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES | MEDICAL FACILITIES | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | ADOLESCENT PREGNANCIES | CHILD HEALTH SERVICES | NURSES | MIDWIVES | NATIONAL PLAN | MINORITY | WORKFORCE | CHILD DEVELOPMENT | CHILD SURVIVAL | NATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY | MOTHER | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVES | WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE | QUALITY OF SERVICES | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | MULTIPLE BIRTHS | DISSEMINATION | NUTRITIONAL STATUS | NUTRITION | POPULATION GROWTH RATE | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS | PUBLIC HEALTH | FOOD SECURITY | FERTILITY DECLINE | RISK FACTORS | MEDICAL PERSONNEL | VOLUNTARY TESTING | DRUGS | HEALTH MANAGEMENT | MORTALITY RATE | AGED | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE | REPRODUCTIVE LIFE | SERVICE QUALITY | HEALTH POLICIES | MATERNAL MORTALITY | STIS | HIV | CHILD MORTALITY RATE | ADOLESCENTS | ANTENATAL CARE | LEGAL STATUS | ILL HEALTH | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | PATIENT | HEALTH CENTERS | SEXUAL PRACTICES | YOUNG AGE | ESSENTIAL MEDICINES | POPULATION PROJECTIONS | LEPROSY | MODERN CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE | POPULATION DYNAMICS | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | ABORTION COMPLICATIONS | RESPECT | LIFE EXPECTANCY | NEWBORN CARE | PRENATAL CARE | DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | INSURANCE SCHEMES | LARGE CITIES | NURSING | PARASITIC DISEASES | PHARMACIES | PUBLIC SERVICES | ANTENATAL VISITS | MULTIPLE PARTNERS | PLACE OF RESIDENCE | NEONATAL HEALTH | UNFPA | AT RISK GROUPS | CHRONIC MALNUTRITION | SERVICE PROVISION | SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | SYPHILIS | INEQUITIES | TEENAGERS | URBAN CENTERS | ABORTION RATE | ILLNESSES | QUALITY OF CARE | CHILD MORTALITY | TRADITIONAL HEALERS | HEALTH FACILITIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | ABORTION | EPIDEMIC | QUALITY OF LIFE | BREASTFEEDING | SEXUAL BEHAVIORS | DIPHTHERIA | HIV INFECTION | PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY | CHILD-CARE | VACCINATION | NORMAL DELIVERIES | POPULATION ACTIVITIES | MEDICAL STAFF | INFANT MORTALITY | POLICY MAKERS | MATERNAL DEATHS | SERVICE PROVIDERS
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 03/2018, Volume 141, Issue 3, p. e20173310
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