Table 1

Geographic location of survey participants
Income level Country % (n) 0-100 births 101-2000 births >2000 births
Low (<$1,005) Bangladesh 3.6 (2) - 2 -
Burkina Faso 1.8 (1) - 1 -
Central African Republic 1.8 (1) 1 - -
Chad 1.8 (1) 1 - -
Congo, Dem. Rep. 3.6 (2) 2 - -
Ethiopia 1.8 (1) - - 1
Gambia 3.6 (2) - - 2
Kenya 10.7 (6) - 4 2
Liberia 3.6 (2) - 2 -
Malawi 8.9 (5) - 2 3
Mozambique 1.8 (1) - 1 -
Nepal 5.4 (3) 2 1 -
Niger 5.4 (3) - 2 1
Rwanda 5.4 (3) - 2 1
Sierra Leone 5.4 (3) 1 2 -
Tanzania 10.7 (6) 1 1 4
Uganda 16.1 (9)* - 2 6
Zimbabwe 8.9(5) - 4 1
Subtotal 100(56) 8 26 21
lower-middle ($1,006-$3,975) Bhutan 2.3 (1*) - - -
Egypt 4.5 (2) 1 - 1
Ghana 13.6 (6) 2 2 2
India 20.5 (9) - 6 3
Indonesia 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Laos (Lao PDR) 6.8 (3) - 1 2
Mongolia 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Nigeria 9.0 (4) - 3 1
Pakistan 4.5 (2) - 2 -
Philippines 4.5 (2) - - 2
Senegal 6.8 (3) - 3 -
Sudan 9.0 (4*) - 3 -
Swaziland 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Timor-Leste (East Timor) 2.3 (1) - - 1
Vietnam 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Zambia 6.8 (3) - 1 2
Subtotal 100(44) 3 25 14
upper-middle ($3,976-12,275) Botswana 12.5 (3*) - 1 1
China 25.0 (6) 2 1 3
Jordan 4.2 (1) - - 1
Malaysia 12.5 (3) - 1 2
South Africa 37.5 (9) 1 4 4
Thailand 4.2 (1) - - 1
Namibia 4.2 (1) - - 1
Subtotal 100(24) 3 7 13
Total 100(124) 14 58 48

*One survey response from each of the following countries did not disclose the number of annual births at that center: Uganda, Bhutan, Sudan, and Botswana.

The list of countries is stratified by gross national income (GNI) per capita.

The number of births shown corresponds to annual birth volume per facility.

Spector et al.

Spector et al. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2013 13:43   doi:10.1186/1471-2393-13-43

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