Maternal deaths in Burkina Faso

June 1997
International Family Planning Perspectives;Jun97, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p50
Academic Journal
Reports that according to a study, rural women in Burkina Faso in 1997 are less likely than those in earlier generations to die as a result of pregnancy and childbirth, but maternal mortality remains high. Statistics on maternal mortality; Other results of the study; Further referenced the article `Direct and Indirect Estimates of Maternal Mortality in Rural Burkina Faso,' in the 1997 issue of the journal `Studies in Family Planning.'


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