Prevalence of institutional delivery and associated factors in Dodota Woreda (district), Oromia regional state, Ethiopia

  title={Prevalence of institutional delivery and associated factors in Dodota Woreda (district), Oromia regional state, Ethiopia},
  author={Addis Alem Fikre and Meaza Demissie},
  booktitle={Reproductive health},
BACKGROUND Giving birth in a medical institution under the care and supervision of trained health-care providers promotes child survival and reduces the risk of maternal mortality. According to Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS) 2005 and 2011, the proportion of women utilizing safe delivery service in the country in general and in Oromia region in particular is very low. About 30% of the eligible mothers received Ante Natal Care (ANC) service and only 8% of the mothers sought care… CONTINUE READING
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