Maternal mortality / Carla AbouZahr ... [et al.]
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Abou-Zahr, Carla Lidia, Wardlaw, Tessa M, Stanton, Cynthia & Hill, Kenneth. (1996). Maternal mortality / Carla AbouZahr ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/54268
World health statistics quarterly 1996 ; 49(2) : 77-87
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Report on the meeting of national maternal, neonatal and child health programme managers: addressing the main causes of maternal, neonatal and child mortality, Amman, Jordan 29 March–2 April 2015 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EM/WRH/098/E, 2015)
Summary report on the meeting of national maternal, neonatal and child health programme managers: addressing main causes of maternal, neonatal and child mortality, Amman, Jordan 29 March –2 April 2015 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EM/WRH/097/E, 2015)
Regional Committee for Africa, 57 (AFR/RC57/PD/1, 2011-06-16)1. In Africa, most of the causes of maternal, newborn and under-five deaths can be prevented with the existing cost-effective interventions. However, ensuring universal access and utilization of the key interventions remains a challenge. Mothers and children continue to die due to the triple delays in seeking appropriate care, reaching the health facility and receiving the appropriate management at the facility. 2. Lessons from maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) services show that community empowerment, participation and ownership ...