.Mother’s death, the most tragic event.
   .TEHRAN — The most tragic event in the family
is the death of a mother, said Hossein Malek-
Afzali, the chairperson of the National Congress
on Family Health held here December
24-26.
Annually, a total number of 525,000 women die
in the world, of which less than 1% occurred in
the developed world. African and Southeast Asian
states have the highest maternal death rate,
Malek-Afzali said.
Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) in Iran has
dropped to 25 per 100,000 deliveries in the current
Iranian year of 1387 (began March 20,
2008) from 200 per 100,000 deliveries in 1978, he
announced, adding “This rate shows a 16 times
decrease in MMR in 30 years.
The decline has been largely due to the improvement
of public health and increase in women’s
literacy rate around the country especially in
rural areas, Malek-Afzali added.
Referring to the fifth goal of the Millennium Development
Goal, to reduce the maternal mortality
ratio by three quarters before 2015, Malek-Afzali
said, “Iran is obliged to drop its MMR to 10 per
100,000 deliveries in the next eight years.“
He further laid stress on the necessity of encouraging
young persons to get married and removing
the barriers on their ways, adding “Improving
women’s literacy rate leads to a great
development in their independence.”
In 2000, the United Nations and its member
countries set eight goals for development, called
the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
These goals set an ambitious agenda for improving
the human condition by 2015.
The maternal health Millennium Development
Goal (MDG) 5 aims to improve maternal health.
There are two targets: one to reduce maternal
deaths and the other to provide universal access
to reproductive health. Little progress has been
made over the past two decades and MDG 5 is
severely off-track.
Maternal deaths represent the greatest indicator
of inequity between rich and poor women. In
the poorest parts of the world, the risk of a woman
dying as a result of pregnancy or childbirth is about 1 in 6. In Northern Europe the risk is about
1 in 30,000.
In order to attain the maternal health MDG a
concentrated, sustained, long-term investment
in health services and health infrastructure is required.
This includes having skilled birth attendants
who have supplies and equipment, improving
access to family planning services and action
to address the issue of unsafe abortion.
Improving the status of women and promoting
their rights are also critical. Ensuring access to
reproductive health and family planning services
for all could help avert up to 35% of maternal
deaths.
โดย: mmr [10 มี.ค. 52 6:42] ( IP A:58.11.72.222 X: )
Add to Facebook  Add to Twitter  Add to Multiply  Add to Google  Add to Blogger  Add to Live
ความคิดเห็นที่ 1
   แม่ตาย หมอตกเป็นจำเลย ถูกชาวบ้านและสื่อตัดสินแล้วด้วยว่าชุ่ย ขึ้นศาลก็มีโอกาสแพ้ทั้งที่ไม่ผิด ถึงยกฟ้องก็ฟ้องกลับไม่ได้ฟ้องไปก็ยกฟ้อง สรุบมีแต่เสียกับเท่าตัว ยินดีด้วยนะกับสูติแพทย์ไทย
โดย: คนเก่า [10 มี.ค. 52 11:58] ( IP A:125.26.72.146 X: )
ความคิดเห็นที่ 2
   ถ้าคนที่ตายเป็นเมีย เป็นลูก ของคนเก่า
อยากรู้ว่าคุณจะคิดอะไร ทำอะไร จะจัดการชีวิตตัวเองอย่างไร
โดย: ไม่เห็นโลงศพไม่หลั่งน้ำตา ปากดีนัก [13 มี.ค. 52 1:00] ( IP A:58.9.196.107 X: )
ความคิดเห็นที่ 3
   คนมาคลอด ทำไมถึงตายได้
โดย: เศร้าใจ [13 มี.ค. 52 14:04] ( IP A:202.28.183.10 X: )

คลิกที่นี่เพื่อกลับหน้าบ้าน