A community survey on maternal and child health services utilization in rural Ethiopia

@article{Materia2004ACS,
  title={A community survey on maternal and child health services utilization in rural Ethiopia},
  author={Enrico Materia and W. Mehari and Alfonso Mele and Francesco Rosmini and Maria Antonietta Stazi and H. M. Damen and G. Basile and Giuliana Miuccio and Luigina Ferrigno and A. M. Miozzo and Paolo Pasquini},
  journal={European Journal of Epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={511-516}
}
A household health interview survey on MCH services utilization was carried out in 22 villages of a rural district of Arsi region, Ethiopia, before the launching of an integrated MCH programme. Coverage of antenatal services was 26%, and 61% of the women who received antenatal care reported having had 3 or more visits.Antenatal care was positively associated with living within 10 km of the Health Centre. Twenty-eight percent of the mothers attended the under-5 clinic and most returned for 3 or… Expand
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