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Increasing uptake of maternal, newborn, and child health interventions through a group-based health education and microfinance program: a prospective matched cohort study in western Kenya
We launched Chamas for Change (Chamas), a group-based health education and microfinance program for pregnant women and their infants, to address inequities contributing to high rates of maternal and neonatal mortality in western Kenya. In this prospective matched cohort study, we evaluated Chamas' impact on improving uptake of evidence-based maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) interventions. Methods We prospectively compared MNCH intervention uptake between a cohort of Chamas participantsdoi:10.21203/rs.2.11585/v1 fatcat:ufd35izisjeendpvedvqtxvuyu