Publish Date: August 2012
MCHIP undertook its second annual survey of national programs for the management of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) and pre-eclampsia/eclampsia (PE/E) from January to March 2012. This country-level program analysis included countries from Africa, Asia and Latin America, focusing on those USAID priority countries that face the highest burden of maternal morbidity. The purpose of the review was to understand the status of national programs and to monitor their progress. Previously, the same survey was conducted from January to March 2011, allowing for comparison between 2011 and 2012.
The report includes a description of the methods, data and analysis—including comparisons of the 2011 and 2012 status for 31 countries. The full version of the report contains the appendices, which include the original blank survey in English, French and Spanish, the specific survey responses from 37 countries, and completed scale-up maps. In addition, this year’s report looks at service delivery guidelines and essential medicines lists from a smaller subset of countries.
All 2011 and 2012 Global Status Report downloadable files are available below.
2012 Global Status Report on PPH and PE/E
- 2012 Progress Report (Full Report)
- 2012 Progress Report (Short Report)
- 2012 Progress Report_Short Report (High Resolution)
- Appendix 1: Global Surveys of Scale-Up of National PPH and PE/E Programs in English, French and Spanish
- Appendix 2: Completed Global Surveys of Scale-Up of National PPH and PE/E Programs
- Appendix 3: Completed Scale-Up Maps
2011 Global Status Report on PPH and PE/E
- 2011 Progress Report (Full Report)
- Appendix A: Complete Questionnaire Content
- Appendix B: Analysis of PPH and PE/E, by Country
- Appendix C: Country Scale-Up Maps of PPH and PE/E
If you would like a print-ready version of any of these documents, please contact MCHIP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note that while this report is presented as a global survey, its findings are only representative of the 37 countries included and should not be applied to PPH and PE/E prevention and management on a larger scale.