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But antenatal care isn’t the norm for millions of women across Africa. In Tanzania, for example, the numbers are low. Even though over 90% of pregnant women attend at least once, only 51% make four or more visits during their entire pregnancy, according to the Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey. Only 24% of women make their first antenatal care attendance before the fourth month of pregnancy.
Reference: Maluka, S. Kamau, L. 2020. "How Tanzania’s spousal escort policy frustrates antenatal health care". The Conversation.