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Table 1 Geographic location of survey participants

From: Access to essential technologies for safe childbirth: a survey of health workers in Africa and Asia

Income level Country % (n) 0-100 births 101-2000 births >2000 births
Low (<$1,005) Bangladesh 3.6 (2) - 2 -
Burkina Faso 1.8 (1) - 1 -
Central African Republic 1.8 (1) 1 - -
Chad 1.8 (1) 1 - -
Congo, Dem. Rep. 3.6 (2) 2 - -
Ethiopia 1.8 (1) - - 1
Gambia 3.6 (2) - - 2
Kenya 10.7 (6) - 4 2
Liberia 3.6 (2) - 2 -
Malawi 8.9 (5) - 2 3
Mozambique 1.8 (1) - 1 -
Nepal 5.4 (3) 2 1 -
Niger 5.4 (3) - 2 1
Rwanda 5.4 (3) - 2 1
Sierra Leone 5.4 (3) 1 2 -
Tanzania 10.7 (6) 1 1 4
Uganda 16.1 (9)* - 2 6
Zimbabwe 8.9(5) - 4 1
Subtotal 100(56) 8 26 21
lower-middle ($1,006-$3,975) Bhutan 2.3 (1*) - - -
Egypt 4.5 (2) 1 - 1
Ghana 13.6 (6) 2 2 2
India 20.5 (9) - 6 3
Indonesia 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Laos (Lao PDR) 6.8 (3) - 1 2
Mongolia 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Nigeria 9.0 (4) - 3 1
Pakistan 4.5 (2) - 2 -
Philippines 4.5 (2) - - 2
Senegal 6.8 (3) - 3 -
Sudan 9.0 (4*) - 3 -
Swaziland 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Timor-Leste (East Timor) 2.3 (1) - - 1
Vietnam 2.3 (1) - 1 -
Zambia 6.8 (3) - 1 2
Subtotal 100(44) 3 25 14
upper-middle ($3,976-12,275) Botswana 12.5 (3*) - 1 1
China 25.0 (6) 2 1 3
Jordan 4.2 (1) - - 1
Malaysia 12.5 (3) - 1 2
South Africa 37.5 (9) 1 4 4
Thailand 4.2 (1) - - 1
Namibia 4.2 (1) - - 1
Subtotal 100(24) 3 7 13
  Total 100(124) 14 58 48
  1. *One survey response from each of the following countries did not disclose the number of annual births at that center: Uganda, Bhutan, Sudan, and Botswana.
  2. The list of countries is stratified by gross national income (GNI) per capita.
  3. The number of births shown corresponds to annual birth volume per facility.