Socio-economic improvements and health system strengthening of maternity care are contributing to maternal mortality reduction in Cambodia

This journal article by staff members Jerker Liljestrand and Mean Reatanak Sambath analyzes the evolution of some major societal and health system factors for the improvement of maternal health in Cambodia, based on recent national and international reports. Maternal mortality has been falling significantly in Cambodia since 2005, though it was stagnant for at least 15 years before that. The abstract is available at the link below: 

Socio-economic improvements and health system strengthening of maternity care are contributing to maternal mortality reduction in Cambodia. Reproductive Health Matters. June 2012: 20(39): 62-72.

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Publication Date 
June 2012
Authors 
Jerker Liljestrand and Mean Reatanak Sambath
Resource Type 
Publications
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles