Development Impact West Africa (DIWA)
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Health

Health

● Using Randomized Control Trials, Aaron Asibi Abuosi (University of Ghana) and Aleksandra Jakubowski (CEGA/UC Berkeley) are testing how the development and implementation of an actionable birth plan may help eliminate the barriers to maternal care that engender increased in-facility births and improved health outcomes in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
● With one out of every seven women aged 12-49 dying from preventable pregnancy-related causes in Ghana (according to the 2017 Ghana Maternal and Child Health Survey), Chinenye Bembir (University of Ibadan) and co-authors, advised by Samuel Muhula (NIERA), are testing the effects of outreach, home visits, and referral systems on maternal and child health in Ghana using a repeated cross-sectional design.

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