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Spatial analysis of skilled birth attendant utilization in ghana.

Asamoah, Benedict Oppong LU ; Agardh, Anette LU and Cromley, Ellen LU (2014) In Global journal of health science 6(4). p.34552-34552
Abstract
Maternal mortality is a major health problem in most resource-poor settings, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. In Ghana, maternal mortality remains high and births attended by skilled health professionals are still low despite the introduction, in 2005, of free maternal health care for all women seeking care in public health facilities.
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Global journal of health science
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34552 - 34552
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Canadian Center of Science and Education
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1916-9736
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English
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