Reducing Maternal Mortality
Learning from Bolivia, China, Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, and Zimbabwe
|Subject||Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Statistics.
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Pregnancy & Childbirth. -- bisacsh
Maternal health services -- Developing countries.
Maternal Health Services -- Statistics.
Maternal health services. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst01011995
Maternal Mortality -- Statistics.
Mères -- Pays en voie de développement -- Mortalité
Mères -- Soins médicaux -- Pays en voie de développement.
Mothers -- Developing countries -- Mortality.
Mothers -- Mortality -- Developing countries.
Mothers -- Mortality. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst01026971
Müttersterblichkeit. -- swd
"To assist countries in their efforts to improve maternal health and reduce maternal mortality, the World Bank is publishing two volumes - Investing in Maternal Health: Learning from Malaysia and Sri Lanka and Reducing Maternal Mortality: Learning from Bolivia, China, Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, and Zimbabwe. These two books offer success stories and lessons learned in improving health and reducing maternal mortality in a range of developing countries. The first book is based on the experiences of Malaysia and Sri Lanka during the past five to six decades. The second book discusses the more recent experiences of Bolivia, China (Yunnan), Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, and Zimbabwe. These nine countries have made important strides in improving maternal health, and these two books outline what worked and what did not."--BOOK JACKET.