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Family Planning Knowledge,Attitudes and Practices of Married Men: A Cross-Sectional Study in Lusaka District,Zambia
Background: Family planning is a key component of reproductive health and is one of the effective interventions in reducing maternal and infant mortality. Despite family planning activities having started in the 1960s in ...
A survey of lusaka district health management team and private health workers knowledge of the law, their attitudes towards aned practice on abortions
BACKGROUND:Unsafe abortions contribute about one third to the maternal mortality in Zambia. The maternal mortality ratio in Zambia stands at 729/100000 live births. The millennium target for Zambia is 162/100000 live births. ...
Near miss maternal morbidity at the university teaching hospital,Lusaka: A descriptive study
Background For every maternal death there are many others who suffer serious life- threatening complications of pregnancy, referred to as ‘near miss’ morbidity. In the past, maternal audit using deaths have traditionally ...