Review of socio-economic factors in reducing maternal mortality in Nepal
Sarita Panday is studying for a PhD at the School of Health and Related Research. Her project work is about the social determinants of maternal mortality in Nepal. The focus will be more specifically on the role of female community health volunteers in maternal health improvements in Nepal. Using a qualitative methodology Sarita will explore the perceptions of female community health volunteers, and their service users, in the two rural villages in Nepal.
Click this link to view a poster about Sarita's research to date: Review of socio-economic factors in reducing maternal mortality in Nepal.