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Feb-2007Economic and financial tools assess safe motherhood programme costs and benefitsIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Evaluating removal of delivery fees in Ghana : removing financial barriers helps the poorest women access needed obstetric careIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Jul-2007Evaluating skilled care in Burkina Faso : poor women are more likely to use affordable, easily-accessible, and well-functioning maternity facilitiesIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Evaluating stillbirths : improving stillbirth data could help make stillbirths a visible public health priorityIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Globally and locally, a rich-poor gap persistsIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Immpact key findings and policy implicationsIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Nov-2005Implementation of free delivery policy in GhanaIMMPACT
Feb-2007Indonesia : resident midwives help avert maternal deaths when financial barriers are removedIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Measuring and addressing outcomes after pregnancy : a holistic approach to maternal healthIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Measuring maternal mortality : challenges, solutions, and next stepsIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Overview of Immpact toolkitsIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007Process indicators reveal important information about programme effectivenessIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
Feb-2007TRACE : a new way to measure quality of maternal health careIMMPACT; Population Reference Bureau
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