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Socio-Demographic Determinants of Place of Delivery among Women of Reproductive Age ( 15-49 Years ) Seeking Child Welfare Services in Kandara Subcounty , Murang ’ a Gachathi

@inproceedings{Muya2017SocioDemographicDO,
  title={Socio-Demographic Determinants of Place of Delivery among Women of Reproductive Age ( 15-49 Years ) Seeking Child Welfare Services in Kandara Subcounty , Murang ’ a Gachathi},
  author={Daniel Muya and Okova Rosemary and Mwangangi Francisca},
  year={2017}
}
Maternal and child mortalities are among major health problems facing developing countriesincluding Kenya. Most of these deaths can be avoided by utilization of maternity healthcare services by women seeking delivery care services from health professionals. The main objective of the study was to assess the socio-demographic determinants that influence the place of delivery among mothers seeking Child Welfare services in sampled health facilities in Kandara Sub County. The study adopted a… 

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