Maternal and child health

We acknowledge the maternal and child health as a national priority, not only due to the persistently high maternal and infant mortality rates in the Dominican Republic, as an important challenge for the national health system during the past decades, but also based on the impact of these two population groups and their wellbeing on other sustainable growth goals, to be met by 2030. Our studies focus on qualitative and quantitative indicators of maternal and child health, including availability, access and quality of related facility and community-based services, such as sexual and reproductive health, family planning, safe abortion and obstetric emergencies, as well as bottleneck analysis in each one of these areas.

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