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Implementing reproductive and child health services in rural Maharashtra, India: a pragmatic approach

Implementing reproductive and child health services in rural Maharashtra, India: a pragmatic approach

Reproductive Health Matters 11(21): 140-149

The Government of India has been providing limited maternal and child health services through its Family Welfare programme, but this system is characterised by weaknesses that include inefficient work schedules; non-availability of functioning equipment; poor contraceptive and drug supplies; poor skills and knowledge of health workers; and poor access to services in villages without health centres.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0968-8080(03)02162-1

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