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Equity of access to and utilization of reproductive health services in Thailand national Reproductive Health Survey data, 26 and 29



Equity of access to and utilization of reproductive health services in Thailand national Reproductive Health Survey data, 26 and 29







This study assessed trends in equity of access to reproductive health services and service utilization in terms of coverage of family planning, antenatal care and skilled birth attendance in Thailand. Two health indicators were measured: the prevalence of low birthweight and exclusive breastfeeding. Equity was measured against the combined urban rural areas and geographic regions, women's education level and quintiles of household assets index. The study used data from two nationally representative household surveys, the 26 and 29 Reproductive Health Surveys. Very high coverage of family planning (79.6%), universal antenatal care (98.9%) and skilled birth attendance (99.7%), with very small socioeconomic.

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