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Community-based monitoring of safe motherhood in the United Republic of Tanzania

Community-based monitoring of safe motherhood in the United Republic of Tanzania

Bulletin of the World Health Organization 81(2): 87-94

ISSN/ISBN: 0042-9686

PMID: 12751416

Objective: To examine the progress made towards the Safe Motherhood Initiative goals in 3 areas of the United Republic of Tanzania during the 1990s. Methods: Maternal mortality in the United Republic of Tanzania was monitored by sentinel demographic surveillance of more than 77 000 women of reproductive age, and by prospective monitoring of mortality in an urban site, a wealthier rural district, and a poor rural district.

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