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Reducing maternal mortality - learning from Bolivia, China, Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, and Zimbabwe (English)

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Of the 515,000 maternal deaths that occur every year worldwide, 99 percent take place in developing countries. Women In the developing world have a 1 in 48 chance of dying from pregnancy-related causes; the ratio in industrial countries is 1 in 1,800.... See More +

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  • Koblinsky, Marjorie A. [editor]; Campbell, Oona; Danel, Isabella; Rivera, Ada; Shinga Feresu; Nyandoro, Margaret; Mumbwanda, Leonard; Seoane, Guillermo; Eguiluz, Ramiro; Ugalde, Miguel; Arraya, Juan Carlos; McCaw-Binns, Affete;
  • 2003/04/30
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  • 25953
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  • BoliviaJamaicaEgypt, Arab Republic ofHondurasZimbabweIndonesiaChina
  • East Asia and PacificMiddle East and North AfricaAfricaLatin America & Caribbean
  • Reducing maternal mortality - learning from Bolivia, China, Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, and Zimbabwe
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