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Research data: TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS
Traditional birth attendants have the potential for improving maternal and newborn health at community level. The role of Traditional birth ...Download this report
2006 Traditional birth attendants, HIV/AIDS and safe delivery in the Eastern Cape, South Africa - evaluation of a training programme
Traditional birth attendants (TBAs) are still frequently utilised in rural areas in South Africa, even when mothers have access to formal he...
2005 Traditional birth attendants in the Eastern Cape, South Africa: characteristics, role and HIV/AIDS
2005 Traditional birth attendance, HIV/AIDS and safe delivery in the Eastern Cape, South Africa: evaluation of a training
The aim of this study was to evaluate a training programme for TBAs on HIV/AIDS and safe delivery. The sample included 50 previously untrain...