Last updated January 2009
Bethuel Makosso; Martine Beatrice Pongui
; Alain Douate Koyangozo
Taking into account what a cost-effectiveness analysis in the
field of health should be able to provide to project administrators and
planners working in a given field of information on which they can base
themselves to decide on the allocation of resources, the main objective
of this study is to show which of the two methods of intervention (that
developed at Makélékélé and that developed at Tié -Tié) is most
effective as regards the reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality.
Specifically, this study aims at comparing the effectiveness of these
two interventions in terms of the number of lives saved, the rate of
reduction of maternal deaths, the number of difficult childbirths
avoided, the number of emergencies managed and the number of Caesareans
carried out with a view to making recommendations on the modalities of
implementation of these interventions.