Regional differences in usage of antenatal care and safe delivery services in Indonesia: findings from a nationally representative survey

@inproceedings{Tripathi2017RegionalDI,
  title={Regional differences in usage of antenatal care and safe delivery services in Indonesia: findings from a nationally representative survey},
  author={Vrijesh Tripathi and Rajvir Singh},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Indonesia has shown a nominal increase in antenatal care (ANC) coverage from 93% to 96% in the Indonesia Demographic Health Survey (IDHS)-2012. This is high but for a comprehensive assessment of maternal health coverage in Indonesia, safe delivery services need to be assessed in conjunction with ANC coverage. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study uses survey data from the IDHS-2012 that was conducted among women aged 15-49 years who gave birth during the past 3 years preceding the survey… CONTINUE READING
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