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Table 3 Development of a birth and emergency preparedness plan during antenatal care among women in the Global Network EmONC trial control clusters

From: A prospective observational description of frequency and timing of antenatal care attendance and coverage of selected interventions from sites in Argentina, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Pakistan and Zambia

  Africa Asia Latin America Total
  Kenya Zambia Belgaum Nagpur Pakistan Guatemala  
Women with delivery in control cluster, N 11,453 9,600 19,053 12,710 16,053 5,754 77,871
Access to emergency fund/plan for hospitalization, N (%) 5,011 (43.8) 5,810 (60.8) 16,320 (87.0) 10,522 (83.1) 12,061 (75.4) 2,801 (48.7) 52,668 (68.0)
Birth attendant identified before birth, N (%) 9,391 (82.0) 4,794 (50.1) 17,000 (89.3) 10,844 (85.4) 13,815 (86.3) 5,595 (97.5) 61,439 (82.5)
Identified birth attendant at delivery N (%) 7,897 (84.1) 3,684 (86.2) 11,174 (65.7) 5,944 (54.8) 9,321 (67.5) 4,607 (82.3) 42,627 (70.0)
Transport identified prior to delivery, N (%) 5,541 (48.4) 4,060 (42.6) 17,933 (95.5) 10,444 (82.7) 11,043 (69.0) 1,781 (31.0) 50,802 (68.5)