Delivery of Maternal and Newborn Care Services in Africa: What are the facilities telling us?. Koye Oyerinde MD, MPH, FAAP Symposium on Maternal Mortality, Dakar. The Averting Maternal Death and Disability Program - AMDD. Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York City.
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Delivery of Maternal and Newborn Care Services in Africa: What are the facilities telling us?
Koye Oyerinde MD, MPH, FAAP
Symposium on Maternal Mortality, Dakar
Completed – pre-2005 and/or sub-national
Completed – post-2005 and national
Current as of December 2010
Phase III: From Data to Action
Phase II: Conducting the Needs Assessment
Phase I: Advocacy and Planning
The recommended number of EmONC facilities is 5 per 500,000, at least one of which is Comprehensive (CEmONC).
Coverage is defined as available EmONC facilities as a percentage of recommended EmONC facilities. There may be further disparities between urban and rural areas.
Ethiopia: % of HCs staffed with at least 2 midwives and 1 health officer, by region
Percentages of facilities with:
Ethiopia: causes of delay of supplies in hospitals
‘stock out at
central store’ (41%)
Madagascar: 73% of hospitals and 65% of healthcentershad not had a stock out of oxytocin, ergometrine, or atropine in the 12 monthsbefore the study.
Further resources available from the AMDD website: www.amddprogram .org