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Open Access Research article

Health system performance at the district level in Indonesia after decentralization

Peter Heywood1* and Yoonjoung Choi2

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1 Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

2 Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA

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BMC International Health and Human Rights 2010, 10:3  doi:10.1186/1472-698X-10-3

Published: 5 March 2010

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Maternal characteristics and living situation - estimated proportion, upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and un-weighted and weighted N, by district. The file contains estimated proportions, together with upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and weighted and un-weighted N, of women having certain maternal characteristics for each of the 10 districts included in the study.

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Additional Table 2 - Antenatal care and delivery variables - estimated proportion, upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and un-weighted and weighted N, by district. The file contains estimated proportions, together with upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and weighted and un-weighted N, for antenatal care and delivery variables for each of the 10 districts included in the study.

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Vaccination, childhood illness and contraception variables - estimated proportion, upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and un-weighted and weighted N, by district. The file contains estimated proportions, together with upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval and weighted and un-weighted N, for variables related to vaccination, childhood illness and contraception, for each of the 10 districts included in the study.

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