7 edition of Safe motherhood initiatives found in the catalog.
Safe motherhood initiatives
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-244).
|Statement||edited by Marge Berer and T.K. Sundari Ravindran.|
|Contributions||Berer, Marge., Sundari Ravindran, T. K., Reproductive Health Matters (Project)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||2006454900|
The impracticality of using health outcome Safe motherhood initiatives book leaves process indicators as the alternative in most settings, possibly supplemented by facility-based data on health outcomes. The programme provides education and relevant information on modern safe pregnancy and delivery practices for the expectant women. Although some of these latter risks are often spoken about as deriving from spiritual or supernatural causes, the case studies presented throughout the second half of the book reveal that the concept of risk in the context of pregnancy and childbirth is much more complex, involving the interplay of spiritual, physical, and economic aspects of everyday life. Based on twenty-two months of fieldwork in the Shinyanga Region of west central Tanzania, this rich and engaging ethnography of women's fertility-related experiences highlights the processes by which a set of seemingly well-intentioned international maternal health policy recommendations go awry when implemented at the local level.
The changing emphasis in the approach to Safe Motherhood is reviewed as there has been a move away from inevitable medical intervention towards social justice, human rights and respectful care. If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. This allows to link your profile to this item. You'll know that they are unwell when they are listless and sleepy.
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Based on a wealth of original anthropological and demographic data, as well as her practical training in lay midwifery, Denise Roth Allen explores the tensions between these two positions in rural Tanzania. Clear and urgent reading for doctors, public health specialists, and students concerned with how to reduce maternal mortality on a global scale, the book traces the discrepancies between official expert, international, national and unofficial lay and local Tanzanian definitions of risk as they relate to pregnancy, childbirth, fertility, and infertility--and shows the implications of these discrepancies for the quality of maternity care in a local, rural Tanzanian setting.
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Allen explodes the myth that uneducated women don't utilize medical services, showing precisely what goes wrong inside clinics and hospitals that can drive women to reject the clinic and seek the services of traditional midwives.
Sachs details his struggle to overcome the physical and psychological effects, and to return to the struggle for a new South Africa. Measures of maternal morbidity are also problematic. The temperature will fluctuate up and down.Following the Safe Motherhood Conference in Nairobi inthere has been a renewed focus on the problem of maternal morality and safe motherhood.
Global advocacy led to the starting of new initiatives on safe motherhood in many countries. India launched a major programme in called the Child Survival and Safe Motherhool (CSSM) programme with assistance from World Bank, UNICEF and Cited by: 1.
Apr 01, · In close collaboration with villagers, their representatives, and health service providers in Mtwara Region, Tanzania, a community-based intervention package for Safe Motherhood was developed and evaluated.
This package relied heavily on the involvement of community volunteers, called Safe Motherhood Promoters (SMPs).Cited by: Safe Motherhood Programs: Options and Issues. Although progress has been slower than we hoped at the official founding of the Safe Motherhood Initiative in Nairobi Kenya in many Author: Deborah Maine.Pdf 03, · Objective: Guide policy-makers in prioritizing safe motherhood interventions.
Methods: Three models (LOW, MED, HIGH) were constructed based on 34 sub-Saharan African countries to assess the relative cost-effectiveness of available safe motherhood interventions.Theodore H.
Tulchinsky MD, MPH, Elena A. Varavikova MD, MPH, PhD, in The New Public Health (Third Edition), Download pdf Motherhood Initiatives. Safe motherhood is an initiative of the UN launched in with the goal of ensuring that women go through pregnancy and childbirth safely, and give birth to healthy children and reinforced by inclusion of reducing maternal mortality in the MDGs of.Sep 08, · A review on safe ebook policy, practice and gaps in nepal 1.
A REVIEW ON POLICY, PRACTICE & GAPS IN SAFE MOTHERHOOD INITIATIVES OF NEPAL Tarka Bahadur Thapa MPhil, CDPS, TU.