This report presents existing resources to estimate maternal health costs, outcomes, and inequities in low- and middle-income settings. Specifically, seven tools are summarized to support the needs of USAID Missions, governments, and implementing partners to better understand how modeling tools and analytic approaches can answer their policy and research questions regarding target setting, prioritization, budget development, and other program issues. The tools can be used to advocate for increased domestic funding for maternal health, inform policy development or revisions, and improve project design and performance, which in turn can lead to improved maternal health outcomes.
Corpuz, K., J. Chitty, and C.B. Cantelmo. 2020. Models and Tools for Maternal Health Decision Making, Planning, and Strategy. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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