Social issues in the prevention of perinatal and neonatal morbidity and mortality.
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Over the last 10 years, a strong relationship between women’s status including access to income and decision-making in the home have drawn. Increasing attention in the area of reproductive health. Changing trends in economic and social lives of many African countries, the family is increasingly faced with financial hardships. This in turn has forced women in the labour market thus affecting the hierarchy and the decision-making process within the family(10)(11). Subsequently, women’s working patterns have changed and along with it their health. Child care and rearing practices. Hence, the strong relationship between these variables and increased perinatal/neonatal morbidity and mortality.