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Audio - 9'37" Playlist UN joint report says more women getting prenatal care in developing countries 30 March 2004 The number of women in developing countries receiving prenatal care has risen 20 per cent since 1990, with the lowest percentage being in South Asia, according to a joint report issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). date 2020 Apply 2020 filter 2019 Apply 2019 filter 2004 Apply 2004 filter LISTEN TO UN RADIO Levelling the playing field for women in science Fighting back against illegal wildlife trading Picasso's Guernica returns to UN in New York In Focus Afghanistan Yemen Rohingya Refugee Crisis Mali Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Syria Middle East More Resources Navigate the News Information for Broadcasters UN System Links Media Alert UN Journal Meetings Coverage Audiovisual Library Secretary-General All Statements Official Travels Press Encounters SG Twitter Spokesperson's Office Latest Statements Briefing Highlights Briefing Transcripts Notes to Correspondents Find Us UN News App Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Contact UN News United Nations Donate Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media A-Z Site Index Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast The UN on Social Media
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Score: 1269508.4 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/pregnancy/video/0
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SEGÚN LA RMM Y LA OFERTA DE SERVICIOS Razón de Mortalidad Materna por 100.000 nacidos vivos <16 16-49 50-100 >100 MAC 75-80% A) 1-Indirectas Prenatal 100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 100% 3-Infecciones MAC 40-70% B) 1-Aborto Prenatal 80-100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 80-100% 3-Hemorragia MAC 40-70% C) 1-Preeclampsia-EclampsiaMAC 40 70% C) 1 Preeclampsia Eclampsia Prenatal 65-95% 2-Hemorragia Parto 67-98% 3-Aborto MAC 28 60% D) 1 H iMAC 28-60% D) 1-Hemorragia Prenatal 50-85% 2-Preeclamsia-Eclampsia Parto 30-85% 3-Parto Obstruido 6 A) Canadá, USA, Uruguay B) Chile, Costa Rica, Argentina C) Brasil, Cuba, México, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panamá, El Salvador, Colombia, Nicaragua, Rep. (...) SEGÚN LA RMM Y LA OFERTA DE SERVICIOS Razón de Mortalidad Materna por 100.000 nacidos vivos <16 16-49 50-100 >100 MAC 75-80% A) 1-Indirectas Prenatal 100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 100% 3-Infecciones MAC 40-70% B) 1-Aborto Prenatal 80-100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 80-100% 3-Hemorragia MAC 40-70% C) 1-Preeclampsia-EclampsiaMAC 40 70% C) 1 Preeclampsia Eclampsia Prenatal 65-95% 2-Hemorragia Parto 67-98% 3-Aborto MAC 28 60% D) 1 H iMAC 28-60% D) 1-Hemorragia Prenatal 50-85% 2-Preeclamsia-Eclampsia Parto 30-85% 3-Parto Obstruido 7 A) Canadá, USA, Uruguay B) Chile, Costa Rica, Argentina C) Brasil, Cuba, México, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panamá, El Salvador, Colombia, Nicaragua, Rep. (...) SEGÚN LA RMM Y LA OFERTA DE SERVICIOS Razón de Mortalidad Materna por 100.000 nacidos vivos <16 16-49 / 50-100 >100 MAC 75-80% A) 1-Indirectas Prenatal 100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 100% 3-Infecciones MAC 40-70% B) 1-Aborto Prenatal 80-100% 2-Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Parto 80-100% 3-Hemorragia MAC 40-70% C) 1-Preeclampsia-EclampsiaMAC 40 70% C) 1 Preeclampsia Eclampsia Prenatal 65-95% 2-Hemorragia Parto 67-98% 3-Aborto MAC 28 60% D) 1 H iMAC 28-60% D) 1-Hemorragia Prenatal 50-85% 2-Preeclamsia-Eclampsia Parto 30-85% 3-Parto Obstruido 8 A) Canadá, USA, Uruguay B) Chile, Costa Rica, Argentina C) Brasil, Cuba, México, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panamá, El Salvador, Colombia, Nicaragua, Rep.
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Score: 1266142.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...entations/crpd_seu_briozzo.pdf
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By 2014, more than 40 countries were testing 95% or more of pregnant women in prenatal care for syphilis. But although progress has been made, many countries have still to prioritize preventing and treating mother-to-child transmission of syphilis. (...) Between 2009 and 2013, the proportion of pregnant women living with HIV in low and middle income countries receiving effective antiretroviral medicines to prevent transmission of the virus to their children doubled. This means that globally, seven out of 10 pregnant women living with HIV in low- and middle-income countries receive effective antiretroviral medicines to prevent transmission of the virus to their children.
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Score: 1262603.4 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...rtis/emtct-validation-cuba/en/
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Optimizing children’s capabilities requires supporting mothers and caregivers through the prenatal period and ensuring that children survive and receive the care and services they need during the first 1,000 days and indeed over the child’s first decade of life to thrive. (...) Author(s) UNICEF East Asia & Pacific Publication date October 2018 Languages English Download Download file (PDF, 3,77 MB) Related topics Early childhood development Early education East Asia and the Pacific More to explore Press release 10 January 2017 Early Moments Matter for children’s brain development, UNICEF Visit the page Press release 27 July 2022 UNICEF East Asia and Pacific receives support from the Government of Japan Visit the page Press release 21 July 2022 IOM and UNICEF train representatives from seven countries to strengthen sustainable reintegration services of migrants in Asia Visit the page Blog post Co-creating spaces for meaningful adolescent participation Young people across the region are continuously finding creative ways to raise their voices and engage on issues that matter to them Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Where we work Regional stories Press centre Take action UNICEF connect Contact us Transparency & Accountability Work for UNICEF Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1247508.8 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/reports/early-moments-matter
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UNICEF Indonesia/2019/Fauzan Ijazah The Hitu Community Health Centre in Maluku where Mirawali received prenatal care. The health centre has 49 staff and 6 volunteers, but only one doctor. UNICEF Indonesia/2019/Fauzan Ijazah Sumira Wael, 26, is treated by midwife Nurjannah during a prenatal visit in the Hitu Community Health Centre. (...) Eventually, following countless nights spent sleeping on the concrete benches in the sombre waiting area with other concerned families, Salman finally received the news he desperately wanted to hear: his son was going to live.
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Score: 1243425.6 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...pe-preventing-infant-mortality
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Deducing that 95% of HIV afflicted Kenyans seek and receive treatment through government hospitals, the HITSystem has been incorporated into the working of ten public hospitals including four in the Nairobi region. (...) This early testing and DNA PCR testing of prenatally exposed children allows for the early commencing of ART, which has proven to reduce infant mortality by nearly 75%. (...) Following the birth and enrolment of an infant into the HITSystem, they will be tracked until they are determined to be: (i) HIV positive: The infants who are found to be HIV positive will receive lifelong paediatric HIV care (which includes ART) and their parents or guardians will receive timely alerts through mobile phones.
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Score: 1240974.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page37.html
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Moreover, from 2013 till 2015 three NGO’s have received 5171 primary calls to their hotlines reporting domestic violance and during the same period they have recorded 30 cases of death because of domestic violance2. (...) In particular, there have been cases when instead of employment contract a service delivery agreement was signed with women, and as a result they were deprived form the right to preserve their workplace in prenatal and postnatal period of child care as well as the right to receive temporary disability allowance.  Health Discrimination against women in the field of health care is a big challenge and can still be noticed in Armenia. (...) As a result, right to receive confidential healthcare is violated. 7 http://gov.am/am/regions/ 8 Idem 9 http://armstat.am/ http://gov.am/am/regions/ http://armstat.am/file/doc/99478213.pdf
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Score: 1239936.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...n/WRGS/Report/NHRI/Armenia.pdf
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This allows matrons to learn and practice gestures that can save lives. “Ever since we received the tablets with the pre-installed training modules, I’ve been able to improve my mastery of the techniques for successful birthing,” explains Diominè. (...) “We noticed that personnel absences for training purposes was an important factor that had a direct, negative impact on the care that newborns and their moms receive,” explains Dr. Mariam Sissoko, a health specialist at the UNICEF field office in Sikasso. (...) “I recommend to pregnant women to attend at least four prenatal consultations and to do post-natal follow-up, but it doesn’t stop there,” explains Diominè during a prenatal consultation session with a patient.
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Score: 1238780.7 - https://www.unicef.org/mali/en...inute-becomes-even-more-golden
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According to the guidelines, the woman has the right to receive a range of consultations with a midwife and the general practi- tioner throughout the pregnancy. (...) Furthermore, the Danish Health Authority also has composed A National Guideline on Prenatal Diagnosis, which regulates more specifically the prenatal diagnosis.
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Score: 1236024.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nceMMM/Governments/Denmark.pdf
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We placed the three babies as in the crib of little Jesus,” says Miss Vanessa Chevalier, the midwife who received them. They were small and placed on the same table, one after the other. (...) And Lisette should not have respected her prenatal consultations for having ignored that she was expecting several children. (...) We also do home visits and provide family planning kits, prenatal consultations and organize mobile clinics,” says Miss Chevalier.
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Score: 1236024.1 - https://www.unicef.org/haiti/e...s/triplets-are-born-unexpected
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