A growing body of evidence shows that many women in low- and middle-income countries are not getting the respectful, supportive, high-quality antenatal care (ANC) they need and expect. Quality ANC is essential for a healthy pregnancy and has an important role in fostering a positive pregnancy experience.
Group ANC models—pregnancy clubs—are emerging as a promising innovation to improve the quality of care women receive and provide them with information and social support. MSH and Scope shared lessons learned from adapting a group antenatal care model using human-centered design in Kenya and Uganda.
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