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This book contains economic evaluation( Cost-Effectiveness Analysis) of Community Health Strategy in rural western Kenya which supports utilization of Community Health Workers in the promotion of uptake of maternal health services.The specific maternal health indicators in this book are Focused Antenatal Care(FANC) and Health Facility(HF) Delivery due to their low uptake by women which has led to perennial high maternal mortality rates in Kenya.
Community Health Strategy was initiated in 2006 by the Ministry of Health in Kenya and hence information as to whether it is a cost-effective strategy especially during the implementation process is very important for evidence based decision making by policy makers.
Furthermore, this book narrows down to the rural Kenyan population where their health seeking behaviours are low especially in terms of receiving medical care from a Health Facility.
Caroline Akinyi was born in Nairobi, Kenya.She is the first born in a family of four children.She holds her first degree in Actuarial Science with IT and Masters Degree in Community Health and Development.Currently married with a daughter and a lecturer at Great Lakes University of Kisumu.This is her first publication in Health Economics.
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