Increasing access to institutional deliveries using demand and supply side incentives: early results from a quasi-experimental study


BACKGROUND Geographical inaccessibility, lack of transport, and financial burdens are some of the demand side constraints to maternal health services in Uganda, while supply side problems include poor quality services related to unmotivated health workers and inadequate supplies. Most public health interventions in Uganda have addressed only selected supply… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1472-698X-11-S1-S11


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