Success factors for reducing maternal and child mortality.

  title={Success factors for reducing maternal and child mortality.},
  author={Shyama Kuruvilla and Julian Schweitzer and David Bishai and Sadia A Chowdhury and Daniele Caramani and Laura Frost and Rafael Cortez and Bernadette M. E. G. Daelmans and Andres de Francisco and Taghreed Adam and Robert L Cohen and Yira Natalia Alfonso and Jennifer Franz-Vasdeki and Seemeen Saadat and Beth Anne Pratt and Beatrice Eugster and Sarah Bandali and Pritha Venkatachalam and Rachael Hinton and John Murray and Sharon Arscott-Mills and Henrik Axelson and Blerta Maliqi and Intissar Sarker and Rama Lakshminarayanan and Troy Jacobs and Susan M. Jack and Elizabeth Mary Mason and Abdul Ghaffar and Nicholas B Mays and Carole Presern and Flavia Bustreo},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  volume={92 7},
Reducing maternal and child mortality is a priority in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and will likely remain so after 2015. Evidence exists on the investments, interventions and enabling policies required. Less is understood about why some countries achieve faster progress than other comparable countries. The Success Factors for Women's and Children's Health studies sought to address this knowledge gap using statistical and econometric analyses of data from 144 low- and middle-income… CONTINUE READING

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