An innovative approach to measuring maternal mortality at the community level in low-resource settings using mid-level providers: a feasibility study in Tigray, Ethiopia.

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This paper proposes a new, community-based approach to the measurement of maternal mortality, and presents results from a feasibility study in 2010-11 of that approach in rural Tigray, Ethiopia. The study was implemented in three health posts and one health centre with a total catchment area of approximately 22,000 people. Priests, traditional birth… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0968-8080(12)39606-7

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@article{Prata2012AnIA, title={An innovative approach to measuring maternal mortality at the community level in low-resource settings using mid-level providers: a feasibility study in Tigray, Ethiopia.}, author={Ndola Prata and Caitlin Elisabeth Gerdts and Amanuel Gessessew}, journal={Reproductive health matters}, year={2012}, volume={20 39}, pages={196-204} }