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International Journal of Social Sciences
Year : 2019, Volume : 8, Issue : 4
First page : ( 129) Last page : ( 137)
Print ISSN : 2249-6637. Online ISSN : 2321-5771.
Article DOI : 10.30954/2249-6637.04.2020.8

Barriers to Health Care Facility Utilization & its Management in Women Giving Birth in Urban Muzaffarnagar, India

Khan Mohammad Aadil*, Khan Mohammad Inam**

Assistant Professor, Saudi Electronics University, Abha, Saudi Arabia

*Corresponding author: aadilqasmi@yahoo.com


Online published on 4 March, 2020.


The Sub Saharan African countries constitutes nearly half of maternal deaths, and Southern Asian countries ranks as second of the total 85% death which occurs all over the world. Despite the fact there is rapid enhancement in the number of skilled health workers. There been a sharp increase of 53% in 1990 and 61% in 2007 in TBA utilization shows that the attention is being paid towards the management of labor services. But surprisingly, still the births take place without the assistance of trained health personnel in Southern Asian countries and in Sub-Saharan Africa. The objective of this study is toward the assessment on barrier to health care facility utilization and its management concerning to labor problems in urban Muzaffarnagar, India. The factor analysis was implied for the interpretation and analysis of the data. It was found the inadequacies in services as well as unawareness of services in almost all urban areas among the pregnant women. Monumental rise in the cost of services and corrupt behavior among the services provider rampantly found in the urban locations, inaccessibility of proper means of communication and also economic backwardness and low literacy became the impediment in the utilization of maternal healthcare services in Muzaffar Nagar, India.



Unavailability of Services, Unawareness of Services, High cost of Services, Inaccessibility of Services and Corruption in Services.


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