Into good hands

Progress reports from the field

Julia Hussein, UNFPA and University of Aberdeen

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Abstract

This booklet, a companion to the Maternal Mortality Update 2004 , documents research and interventions to improve skilled care at birth throughout the developing world. It includes an overview of efforts by UNFPA and its partners in policy and advocacy, training, health system improvements and community mobilization. It also includes summaries of strategies developed by the SAFE (Skilled Attendance For Everyone) research study to address skilled attendance in five very different situations (in Bangladesh, Ghana, Jamaica, Malawi and Mexico). The publication highlights the range of approaches and entry points required to address the various constraints to providing skilled delivery care that arise in different contexts. Published in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York, Ny, USA
PublisherUNFPA
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Hussein, J., & UNFPA and University of Aberdeen (2004). Into good hands: Progress reports from the field. New York, Ny, USA: UNFPA.

Into good hands : Progress reports from the field. / Hussein, Julia; UNFPA and University of Aberdeen.

New York, Ny, USA : UNFPA, 2004. 24 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Hussein, J & UNFPA and University of Aberdeen 2004, Into good hands: Progress reports from the field. UNFPA, New York, Ny, USA.
Hussein J, UNFPA and University of Aberdeen. Into good hands: Progress reports from the field. New York, Ny, USA: UNFPA, 2004. 24 p.
Hussein, Julia ; UNFPA and University of Aberdeen. / Into good hands : Progress reports from the field. New York, Ny, USA : UNFPA, 2004. 24 p.
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