Maternal Health Task Force


Post-abortion care with misoprostol – equally effective, safe and accepted when administered by midwives compared to physicians: A randomised controlled equivalence trial in a low-resource setting in Kenya

The incidence of induced abortion in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2016

Global, regional, and subregional classification of abortions by safety, 2010–14: Estimates from a Bayesian hierarchical model

Chromosomal disorders: Estimating baseline birth prevalence and pregnancy outcomes worldwide

Implementation considerations when expanding health worker roles to include safe abortion care: A five-country case study synthesis

Medical abortion can be provided safely and effectively by pharmacy workers trained within a harm reduction framework: Nepal

Efficacy of medical abortion prior to six gestational weeks: A systematic review

World Contraception Day: How Does Family Planning Impact Maternal Health?

"The ideal family size" © 2012 DFID, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license 2.0

World Contraception Day is an opportunity to remember that in many parts of the world, a large gap persists between women’s reproductive intentions and their access to family planning options. Integrating family planning services into maternal health services can be an effective strategy for reducing unmet need, especially in situations where maternity care is a woman’s primary contact with the health care more

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