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Tajikistan commits that 85% of midwives are trained and at least 85% of maternity facilities apply the clinical protocols approved by the ministry of health by 2015 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Tajikistan commits that 85% of midwives are trained and at least 85% of maternity facilities apply the clinical protocols approved by the ministry of health by 2015
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  • Topic: Health and population
  • Location: Tajikistan
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • Keywords: Women and youth; Public health services; National health strategy; Health and population
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Description/achievement of initiative

Tajikistan commits to ensure that by 2015, 85% of midwives are trained in provision of emergency obstetric care; at least 85% of maternity facilities apply the clinical protocols approved by the ministry of health; youth friendly health services are expanded from pilot to nationwide implementation; and 50% of the needs of women of reproductive age in modern contraceptives are covered from the budget. Tajikistan will also develop an accreditation policy for maternity institutions and ensure that 90% of maternity hospitals are certified.

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Tajikistan will train midwives and apply clinical protocols to maternity facilities, expend youth friendly health services. Tajikistan will also develop an accreditation policy for maternity institutions and ensure that 90% of maternity hospitals are certified.
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Tajikistan commits to ensure that by 2015, 85% of midwives are trained in provision of emergency obstetric care; at least 85% of maternity facilities apply the clinical protocols approved by the ministry of health; youth friendly health services are expanded from pilot to nationwide implementation; and 50% of the needs of women of reproductive age in modern contraceptives are covered from the budget. 2015

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