open this document and view contents01. Reducing Maternal Mortality in a Context of Poverty
open this document and view contents02. Of Blind Alleys and Things that Have Worked: History's Lessons on Reducing Maternal Mortality
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?
open this document and view contents04. Micronutrients and Pregnancy Outcome
open this document and view contents05. The Role of Traditional Birth Attendants in the Reduction of Maternal Mortality
open this document and view contents06. Can Skilled Attendance at Delivery Reduce Maternal Mortality in Developing Countries?
open this document and view contents07. Health Professionals for Maternity Services: Experiences on Covering the Population with Quality Maternity Care
open this document and view contents08. Maternal Mortality and Unsafe Abortion: A Heavy Burden for Developing Countries
open this document and view contents09. Appropriate Obstetric Technologies to Deal with Maternal Complications
open this document and view contents10. Over-medicalisation of Maternal Care in Developing Countries
open this document and view contents11. What is the Evidence for the Role of Audits to Improve the Quality of Obstetric Care
open this document and view contents12. Referral in Pregnancy and Childbirth: Concepts and Strategies
open this document and view contents13. What Is the Cost of Maternal Health Care and How Can it Be Financed?
open this document and view contents14. A Global Picture of Poor-rich Differences in the Utilisation of Delivery Care
open this document and view contents15. How Can We Monitor Progress Towards Improved Maternal Health?
open this document and view contents16. Is There a Case for Privatising Reproductive Health? Patchy Evidence and Much Wishful Thinking
open this document and view contents17. Maternal Health and Health Sector Reform: Opportunities and Challenges
open this document and view contents18. Cautious Champions: International Agency Efforts to Get Safe Motherhood onto the Agenda
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