Institutional Delivery Service Utilization and Associated Factors among Child Bearing Age Women in Goba Woreda, Ethiopia
Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2014, Pages: 63-70
Received: Jan. 19, 2014; Accepted: Jul. 29, 2014; Published: Aug. 10, 2014
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Daniel Bogale Odo, Department of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Madawalabu University, Bale Goba, Ethiopia
Desalegn Markos Shifti, Department of Nursing, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Madawalabu University, Bale Goba, Ethiopia
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Abstract
In despite of skilled delivery is one of the most tracked Millennium Development Goal indicators, the proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel in Ethiopia is very low. This study aimed at assessing level of institutional delivery service utilization and associated factors among mothers who gave birth during the last twelve months prior to this study. A community based cross sectional study design which is supplemented by qualitative method was conducted on April 2013 in Goba Woreda. One urban and 8 rural smallest administrative unit (kebele) was selected using simple random sampling technique. Then, mothers were selected systematically after 580 study subjects were proportionally allocated to each kebele. Qualitative data were collected through focus group discussions (FGDs). Data were entered and analyzed using SPSS version 16.0. Frequencies, binary and multiple logistic regression analysis were done. The study indicated that 264 (47%) of the mothers delivered in health facilities. The common reasons for health facilities delivery were seeking better service (80.2%) and told to deliver on health facility by health professionals during Anti Natal Care follow up (36.1%). As compared to rural residents, urban residents were 3.6 times more likely to deliver on health facility (AOR=3.6 and 95% CI =1.86, 7.13), Anti Natal Care visit during last pregnancy (AOR=2.7 and 95% CI=1.42, 5.24) and maternal education level (AOR=3.1 and 95%CI=1.41, 6.82) had positive significant associations with institutional delivery service utilization. As compared to government strategy, institutional delivery service utilization was lower in the study area. Place of esidence, Anti Natal Care visit and maternal educational level were found to be associated with institutional delivery service utilization. Strategies with focus on increasing Anti Natal Care uptake and increasing maternal and their partners’ educational level help to increase health facility delivery service utilization.
Keywords
Institutional delivery, Goba woreda, Oromia region, Ethiopia
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Daniel Bogale Odo, Desalegn Markos Shifti, Institutional Delivery Service Utilization and Associated Factors among Child Bearing Age Women in Goba Woreda, Ethiopia, Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2014, pp. 63-70. doi: 10.11648/j.jgo.20140204.14
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