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  • Did the strategy of skilled attendance at birth reach the poor in Indonesia? 

    Hatt, Laurel; Stanton, Cynthia; Makowiecka, Krystyna; Adisasmita, Asri; Achadi, Endang; Ronsmans, Carine (World Health Organization, 2007-10)
    Objective To assess whether the strategy of “a midwife in every village” in Indonesia achieved its aim of increasing professional delivery care for the poorest women. Methods Using pooled Demographic and Health Surveys ...
  • Measuring maternal mortality : an overview of opportunities and options for developing countries 

    Graham, Wendy; Ahmed, S.; Stanton, Cynthia; Abou-Zahr, C.L.; Campbell, O.M.R. (BioMed Central, 2008-04-26)
    Background:There is currently an unprecedented expressed need and demand for estimates of maternal mortality in developing countries. This has been stimulated in part by the creation of a Millennium Development Goal that ...
  • Reliability of data on caesarean sections in developing countries 

    Stanton, Cynthia; Dubourg, Dominique; De Brouwere, Vincent; Pujades, Mar; Ronsmans, Carine (World Health Organization, 2005-06)
    OBJECTIVE: To examine the reliability of reported rates of caesarean sections from developing countries and make recommendations on how data collection for surveys and health facility-based studies could be improved. ...