Authors: Alison L. Bailey
Combatting maternal mortality is a major public health challenge in Tanzania. This problem persists due to lack of providers, poor quality of care and inaccessibility to care. This analysis looks at the effectiveness of implementing the Lady Health Worker Program (LHWP) across three healthcare facilities in the Ngara district of Tanzania. The analysis involves a comparison of outcomes before and after program implementation.
Link: Improving Access to Antenatal Care in Ngara, Tanzania Through Implementation of the Lady Health Worker Programme
Resource Type: Journal articles
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)