Maternal Health Task Force


Respectful maternity care in Ethiopian public health facilities

Meet the ‘ambulance taxi’ drivers saving lives of thousands of Tanzanian mothers and babies

Precommitment, cash transfers, and timely arrival for birth: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial in Nairobi Kenya

Trends and causes of maternal mortality in Jimma University Specialized Hospital, southwest Ethiopia: A matched case–control study

Increasing the Utilization of Maternity Care: Does Demand-Side Financing Work?

In recent years, demand-side financial incentives have been increasingly used in low- and middle-income countries in an effort to address the well-documented economic barriers to maternal health care access and utilization. A recent systematic review examined the evidence on five types of incentives: conditional cash transfers, unconditional cash transfers, short-term cash payments, vouchers for maternity care services and vouchers for merit more

Categories: Maternal Health


Evaluation of a quality improvement intervention for obstetric and neonatal care in selected public health facilities across six states of India

Effectiveness of the Maternal and Child Health handbook in Burundi for increasing notification of birth at health facilities and postnatal care uptake