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Published: 03 September 2020

Constraints to Get Access in Maternal Healthcare: A Review from Lower-middle-Income Countries

Taufiq-E-Ahmed Shovo, Nuzhat Fatema, Asif Ali Jaedi Tamim, Zannatul Ferdaush Keya, Md. Hasan Howlader

University of Newcastle (Australia), Khulna University (Bangladesh)

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10.31014/aior.1991.03.03.215

Pages: 822-834

Keywords: Maternal Health Service, Socio-Economic, Determinants, Accessibility

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to explore the basic constraints to get access to maternal healthcare utilization during the pre- and post-delivery period of women in selected lower-middle-income countries around the world. This paper is a review of the literature of previous articles published from 2000 to 2019 in different database. The findings of the study show that different types of intervening factors including socioeconomic status, health literacy of the women and their husband, education, employment status, decision-making power of the women and religion significantly influence the full and free access to the maternal health care facilities in lower-middle-income countries.

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