Clinics tackling maternal health in Central Java

Salis is eight months pregnant with her first child, and has been diagnosed with a potentially high-risk pregnancy, in part because of swelling in one of her feet. She is one of dozens of expectant mothers who have taken advantage of health services provided by Cepiring Community Health Center in Kendal, Central Java, where maternal mortality is among the highest in the country.

The 24-hour clinic was designated a site for Basic Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care (PONED) in 2012 as part of an initiative to address maternal health in Central Java province, and Cepiring’s nine midwives now handle dozens of births every month.

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