Determinants of utilization of antenatal care services in Kumbotso village, Northern Nigeria

  • Kabir M
  • Iliyasu Z
  • Abubakar I
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Abstract

Women of childbearing age in a rural community in Kano state were interviewed to ascertain the determinants of utilization of antenatal care services in the village. Of the 200 women studied, 118 (59%) utilized antenatal care services during pregnancy. A majority (86%) of those who attained secondary school education, all of those with post-secondary education and 83% of those whose husbands had post-secondary education utilized antenatal care services.

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