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 When dealing with maternal mortality, deaths can be avoided by timely and adequate treatment  and programmes that reduce barriers to comprehensive emergency obstetric care can substantially reduce deaths associated with obstetric emergencies.
More than 100 non-physician clinicians have been trained in comprehensive emergency obstetric care or anesthesia.
These midwives have been posted by the National Primary Health Care Development Agency to the 58 primary health centres that previously had no midwife and to the 26 basic and 10 comprehensive emergency obstetric care facilities being upgraded in the intervention areas.
We greatly reduced morbidities in the UK within a generation by ensuring universal access to family planning and safe abortion, skilled birth attendance at birth, and basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric care.
To avert the deaths, the government has undertaken a UNICEF-funded program to provide comprehensive emergency obstetric care, which aims to reduce maternal deaths by 50%.
Some facilities for comprehensive emergency obstetric care have huge caseloads of women with severe conditions but frequently no clear policies on what adequate treatment for life-threatening conditions should consist of.
Obstetric fistula still exists because health care systems fail to provide accessible, quality maternal health care, including skilled care at birth, basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric care, and affordable treatment of fistula.
The dearth of health facilities (only one of the three existing public hospitals) providing comprehensive emergency obstetric care for women in medium and lower income groups in the region and their location suggests that emergency obstetric and neonatal care may also have been geographically as well as financially inaccessible for rural women and babies.