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Maternal and Newborn Health in Kenya. DR SHIPHRAH KURIA DEPUTY-HEAD DRH. Outline. Current Status Various Indicators Availability of Service Priority interventions Areas of collaboration. MNH Status in Kenya. Population: Estimated at 40m Women of childbearing age: 9.6m

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Maternal and Newborn Health in Kenya

DR SHIPHRAH KURIA

DEPUTY-HEAD DRH


Outline
Outline

Current Status

Various Indicators

Availability of Service

Priority interventions

Areas of collaboration


Mnh status in kenya
MNH Status in Kenya

Population: Estimated at 40m

Women of childbearing age: 9.6m

MMR: 488/100,000 live births (2008-09)

IMR: 52/1000 live births from 77/1000 live births in 2003

U5MR 74/1000 live births from 115 in 2003

Skilled birth attendance: 44%

? Quality

ANC 92%- once, 47%- 4 times



Mnh status in kenya1
MNH Status in Kenya

  • Unmet need for FP: 26%

    • Adolescents and youth: 30%

  • 18% of young women age 15-19 have begun childbearing

  • 21% of women have suffered sexual violence

  • Provision of youth-friendly services still a great challenge



Availability of delivery services all health care facilities
Availability of Delivery Services: All Health Care Facilities

(Table 6.5)

Percent of all facilities (N=690)


E availability of services in facilities offering deliveries ncyequipment and services
EAvailability of Services in Facilities Offering Deliveries ncyEquipment and Services

(Table A-6.36)

Percentage of facilities offering delivery services where specific services, equipment,and supplies are available (N=207)

Assist labour

Remove retained products



Ensuring availability accessibility and acceptability of services even for this woman and her baby
Ensuring, availability accessibility and acceptability of services even for this woman and her baby


Priority interventions
Priority interventions services even for this woman and her baby

  • From current reports, health systems strengthening is crucial but while we wait for this to happen the priority interventions identified include,

    • Trainings

    • Provision of equipment and supplies

    • Scaling up of the HIIs at all levels

    • Supportive supervision

      5. Community level awareness


Thank you
THANK YOU services even for this woman and her baby


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