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Table 2 Reported vital status of sisters of 2039 respondents in 20 villages in Kita, Mali.

From: High maternal mortality estimated by the sisterhood method in a rural area of Mali

Village Sisters who reached 13 y Sisters ≥ 13 y who died Maternal deaths among sisters ≥ 13 y
Bafing-Makana1 217 127 (59%) 41 (19%)
Bagnakafata 297 70 (24%) 15 (5%)
Behon 210 41 (20%) 12 (6%)
Biliko 172 18 (10%) 6 (3%)
Bougaribaya 359 103 (29%) 31 (9%)
Darsalam 344 73 (21%) 11 (3%)
Fangalakouta2 214 81 (38%) 39 (18%)
Faramansonia 147 14 (10%) 4 (3%)
Katabantakota 213 20 (9%) 10 (5%)
Katakoto 201 22 (11%) 6 (3%)
Koba 149 65 (44%) 28 (19%)
Kobarounto 345 120 (35%) 29 (8%)
Kokofata 188 67 (36%) 23 (12%)
Kologon3 205 107 (52%) 37 (18%)
Koronouna 156 21 (13%) 6 (4%)
Kouloubou 401 56 (14%) 27 (7%)
Koumakire 210 63 (30%) 15 (7%)
Makana4 261 127 (49%) 74 (28%)
Sitaninkoto 339 38 (11%) 15 (4%)
Total 4628 1233 (27%) 429 (9%)
  1. 1. Bafing-Makana: 60 km from nearest health centre;
  2. 2. Fangalakouta: 50 km from nearest health centre;
  3. 3. Kologon: 25 km from nearest health centre;
  4. 4. Makana: 8 km from nearest health centre, isolated in rainy season