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A pregnant woman's chances of survival greatly increase when she receives routine antenatal care, skilled care during labor, and basic emergency obstetric care, such as antibiotics, oxytocics, anticonvulsants, manual removal of retained placenta, instrumented deliveries, and postpartum care (3).
The World Health Organization (WHO)  has specified requirements for providing basic emergency obstetric care in the form of seven basic signal functions.
These vehicles are equipped to provide primary health care, basic emergency obstetric care and services responding to gender-based violence.