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Measuring the Effects of the SIAGA Behavior Change Campaign in Indonesia with Population-Based Survey Results

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(Published 2004)
Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) Program (Author)
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The Maternal and Neonatal Health Program in Indonesia began in 1999 and focused on increasing skilled attendance at birth, and later included the SIAGA behavior change campaign to promote shared responsibility for safe motherhood. This report is an analysis of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of respondents to a baseline survey conducted in 2001 and an endline survey conducted in 2004.

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