Strategies to increase demand for maternal health services in resource-limited settings: challenges to be addressed.
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CitationStrategies to increase demand for maternal health services in resource-limited settings: challenges to be addressed. 2015, 15:870 BMC Public Health
PublisherBMC public health
JournalBMC public health
AbstractUniversal health access will not be achieved unless women are cared for in their own communities and are empowered to take decisions about their own health in a supportive environment. This will only be achieved by community-based demand side interventions for maternal health access. In this review article, we highlight three common strategies to increase demand-side barriers to maternal healthcare access and identify the main challenges that still need to be addressed for these strategies to be effective.
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