Promoting and delivering antenatal care in rural Jimma Zone, Ethiopia: a qualitative analysis of midwives’ perceptions. Nicole Bergen , Alzahra Hudani, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo, et al.
How do community health actors explain their roles? Exploring the roles of community health actors in promoting maternal health services in rural Ethiopia. Abebe Mamo, Sudhakar Moranka, Shifera Asfaw, Nicole Bergen et.al.
Social desirability bias in qualitative research: Poster. Nicole Bergen, Ronald Labonte, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo et al.
Social desirability bias in qualitative research: Power point presentation, Nicole Bergen, Ronald Labonte, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo et al.
Factors associated with maternity waiting home use among women in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia: a multilevel cross- sectional analysis, Jaameeta Kurji, Lakew Abebe Gebretsadik, Muluuemebet Abera Wordofa, Morankar Sudhakar et al.
Home Away From Home, Maternity Waiting Homes in Jimma, Ethiopia, Jammeeta Kurji
Maternity waiting areas, serving all women? Nicole Bergen et al.
MWA Monitoring Checklist
Utilization of key preventive measures for pregnancy complications and malaria among women in Jimma Zone Ethiopia
Promoting Maternal & Child Health in Ethiopia. How Community Health Actors Explain their Roles, Abebe Mamo, EARPHN
Community defined roles for maternal and child health communication Dr. S Morankar, Jimma University
Poster presentation at Global Evidence Summit, Cape Town Sept. 2017 Assessing Community Perceptions of Safe Motherhood in Ethiopia