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Are Health Facilities Ready to Provide Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care?
In July 2013, in partnership with USAID, Kenya’s Ministry of Health embarked on a program to expand emergency obstetric and newborn care services to 15 counties spanning the country’s 10 major regions. As part of this effort, MEASURE Evaluation PIMA analyzed research findings and disseminated them to county teams.
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Partnerships and Improved Strategic Information Scales Up Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care in Kenya
USAID implementing partners, including MEASURE Evaluation PIMA, embarked on an initiative to scale up emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC) services to an initial 15 counties in Kenya with high rates of maternal mortality, with varying results.
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Session XII – Measuring Vital Events
In this session we discuss two major streams of the project’s work aimed at vital events measurement.
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Publication Estimates of Maternal Mortality in Guatemala 1996 - 1998
(2000)
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Publication Use of Maternity Register Data in Benin
(2003)
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Publication Maternity Care: A Comparative Report on the Availability and Use of Maternity Services.
(2001)
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Publication Health Facility Readiness to Provide Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care in Kenya: Results of a 2014 Assessment of 13 Kenyan Counties with High Maternal Mortality
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (2016)
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Publication Opening the Black Box of Maternal and Newborn Deaths in Kenya: A Report on Technical Support for Implementation of Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (2017)
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Publication Bangladesh Maternal Mortality and Health Care Survey 2016: Preliminary Report
National Institute of Population Research and Training; International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh; and MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Do Health Services Reduce Maternal Mortality? Evidence from Ratings of Maternal Health Programs
Bulatao R A, Ross J A (2001)
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